Re: Best economy 270 WSM and scope
Price goes up relative to "awesomeness."
Many feel that a rifle that shoots MOA with a high BC hunting bullet is adequate for some long range hunting. Most of your name brand rifles today should meet that standard although you may need to hand load to acheive consistent long range results.
Savage, Win Mod 70, Rem Seven or 700, Sako 85, and Weatherby Vanguard should all be capable.
If you are set on 270WSM with out of the box long range potential, I strongly suggest you look at the Winchester Model 70 Coyote as that is the primary design objective of that rifle much like Remington Sendero and Savage Long Range Hunter, neither of which come in your specified caliber. And, the price is not bad either.
If you want to customize it yourself, then Savage.
If you want a smith to blueprint the rifle, then Rem 700.
Use a 20 MOA picatinny rail such as EGW and tactical rings such as Burris XTR. That will give you a solid mounting system for your optics and plenty of elevation to reach out to 1k with no disadvantages for close range.
There are many optics choices depending on your budget. Nikon, Vortex, Bushnell are some that come to mind with 14x or 18x being adequate for top end magnification although some choose 20x or more power for a rifle that is predominantly for long range and/or target.
Search these forums and you will find lots of discussion about scopes and choices. I think there's even a special forum here for optics.
Unless you shoot targets at a range with known distances, then you'll need a range finder that's up to the task. The Leica 1200 crf is a good example. But, searching these forums will give you lots of info.
Good luck and let us know what you choose and how it works out.