I think the Steyr Scout rifle is the best philosophical fit... primarily because Col. Jeff Cooper had so much to do with the effective use and popular adoption of the 1911 pistol... and it was Cooper who developed and refined the Scout rifle concept. You can have a custom gunsmith build you a Scout, but perhaps a better value for money would be the "factory" production model from Steyr. It is superb... truly a gun to be proud to own. Details on the Steyr Scout can be found on Gunsmoke Guns' newly redesigned web site's "Resources" section: www.gunsmokeguns.com/resources.html
Gunsmoke sells more Steyr Scouts than any other dealer in the USA and they have a lot of experience doing trigger jobs (if you're want the ultimate "crisp break").
I own several Steyr Scouts and like them so much I bought the .308 for routine shooting and the .376 for plains-game hunting in Africa. (See the Safari section of the Gunsmoke Guns web site if you want a preview of my next big adventure.)
Needless to say, I pair my 1911 with my Scout whenever I'm in the field.