This is my Martini Cadet in 5.6x50R. This rifle started life as one of many used for training Australian high-school cadets in the early 20th century. It has since been extensively modified of course, with a new stock and a Lothar Walther barrel, as well as a 4-12 Redfield scope. The caliber is a slightly longer, slightly hotter version of the .222 Mag, with a rim for easy extraction in the Martini action. It is very light, easy to carry, and shoots very accurately. I have taken varmints up to the size of half-grown feral pigs with it.