I thought about the 35 Whelen long and hard. It and the 338/06. The '95 could be re-bored to handle that easily. In the end, I decided to go with a 40 cal, for no good reason. I'm sure you do any of the 30-06 variants as long as you keep pressures the same. Here's Z-hat's website, while they aren't the only game in town, Fred has a bunch of work with the '95's and kinda specializes in them. He's building a lot of rifles around the proprietary Hawk cartridges, and that looks like the way I'm going. http://www.z-hat.com/
I checked out the web site. It looks interesting. I asked them if they could turn my .30-06 and the .405 (if it ever comes) into takedowns. Then I could have one action and two barrels on a hunt. I like the classic calibers. Hey, I here Winchester has shipped the first few hundred out. Info from Win.
You might try Brownells http://www.brownells.com
Looks like they carry 3 sizes of the David Gentry and a couple of other brands.
Hope this helps.
I've corresponded with Z-hat a little bit over the last 6 monts or so, it does take them a while to get back to you. Don't lose faith in them though. It has always been a pleasure corresponding with them and they really know their stuff.
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