I would add 7mm Remington Magnum for a boar caliber. It's usually fired from a bolt gun, so you better not miss, but 7 magnum will kill anything in North America deader than hell.What game CAN be taken with a 995 or 4095 is a deceptive question. You CAN kill a polar bear with a 995, but it doesn't mean you ought to. Pistol rounds are first and foremost people killin' rounds, and people tend to be much easier to kill than animals even half as big as us.
Unless you're varminting, in which case I advocate .243 and 25.06 over the much more popular .223, I would suggest using nothing less than a 30 calibre centerfire rifle cartridge, 7.62x39 or 30x30 at the VERY least, but preferably something more. Notable exceptions go out to .270 and a few others. But .308 will kill anything. Poachers in Africa regularly take every type of big game with FALs, without much trouble, including big cats, elephants, hippos and cape buffalo. Anything .308 will kill, 30.06 will kill twice as dead.
Anything more is probably unnecessary.
I wouldn't hunt anything with my 995 except the "bump in the night" that stirs me out of bed.