So I'm in the market for a new hunting rifle. .30-06, or .308. preferably Key points: A) Under $700 B) Wood (hopefully good wood) furniture C) 1-1.5" MOA at 100 yards D) Glass included (maybe) extra bonus points for iron sights I have looked at youtube videos and read other forums, my gripe is that all the best suggestions I've seen have synthetic or plastic stocks, usually terrible glass, and/or 2+ moa at 100. Any ideas? I would basically like a classic .30-06 with walnut stock and some half-decent glass. Now, I know that I could go for a Rem 700, but for what I want most retail in this are is charging over $700. I'm willing to go without glass if I get the right rifle, I can get a scope later if I have to.