I am going to post pics of my single shot rifles in the next few weeks. This will give all of you fellow casters who are snow bound up there in frozen toes, Montana or wherever, something to kibits about. First up, a Martini Cadet rifle, used by the Natl. Guard of New South Wales. Thats located in the land down under in case you didn't know. I am not sure they have a Natl. Guard but the name will suffice here. I have owned several of these fine rifles over the years but alas, I let them get away. I had one that had been rebarreled to .218 Bee. That is my favorite cartridge for this rifle. The .222 Rem. rimmed would be nice also. That cartridge was developed in Australia just to use in the cadet rifle. I have never seen the cartridge or rifle so chambered. I bought this one from a friend several years ago with idea of making it a .218 Bee, but as time goes bye I am reluctant to tear it apart for the action. I was given some small cast bullits that miked .318 and weighed about 120grns. I loaded several in some 32.20 cases, took it to the range and fired this group. I don't remember the powder I used. It was at 50 yds. I don't shoot open sights well so the rifle in the right hands might shoot an even better group. I have not fired the rifle since.Stay tuned to this station for more exciting pics and even sadder stories.