I'm looking for a bolt action rifle, mainly just for punching paper but also for occasionally hunting deer. I have practically no experience with centerfire rifles so I need your help choosing the best one for my budget. I'm looking to spend a maximum of 1400$ on the rifle (for reference a basic Remington 700 SPS costs ~900$ in Finland). The models I´ve been looking at are Remington 700 SPS Varmint, Weatherby Vanguard Varmint and CZ 550 Varmint. As I said, I'll do most of the shooting at the range so I thought the Varmint-style thicker barrel would be good. I'll be shooting from 100 to 300yds. Caliber wise I've decided to go with the .308 Win. I know that ballistically .223 Rem would be better for the ranges I'm shooting, but the .308 Win is cheaper and more available in Finland. Also it wouldn't be legal to hunt deer with the .223 Rem. I will get a supressor for the gun (while I still can...), so is there something ammo or gun wise that I should take in to consideration? I´m kinda leaned towards the Remington 700 because of all the aftermarket parts available, but tell me your opinions on the rifles I listed and feel free to add a different one you think would be better.