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Gun barrels have external steel "skin", and rock-hard external surfaces on the muzzle and breech components. Barrels are concrete- filled in the space between the central steel bore tube and the steel "skin". Light-weight barrels using foam-fill are available. Like all other company products, the major construction material is tough PVC with unlimited outdoor life.
The business model for this product is unique Advertising materials to be used for reselling the product will be provided to the customer. The resell price could cover all of the customers initial costs and possibly more! The sound is initiated by a hand-held wireless "FOB".
The system is built-into the Trail and is invisible to view.
Civil War Cannon Reproductions
Recorded messages and music can be added. Outfitted full-size No. Two-hundred watt outdoor sound system with cannon firing blast.
Remote hand-held push button fob. Hunter-green speakers. Mount system in truck bed if desired with battery source from the truck battery or from a separate battery and solar charger in the truck bed. Speakers can be separate from the source electronics or all elements can be included in a single enclosure. Two speakers are included, one is a sub-woofer; each are watts providing far reaching Loud sounds. Sound is stored on a media card which is inserted into the electronic system.
Sound is loaded to the storage device or flash drive via a computer or micro-phone. As mentioned, the storage devices can be can be loaded with music, cannon blasts, TAPS and nature sounds and messages related to the site of the system.
Steel outer skin and steel control tube. Also Dictator Mortars, welded stacks of cannon balls and full-size replicas of grape-shot, etc. These are dimensionally scaled pieces for indoor and outdoor use.All barrels also have heavy duty seamless steel liners with 70,lbs tensile strength with the full scale having a.
These cannon barrels are cast, cleaned and ground out of the mold. Barrels can be bought solid for drilling your own bore in the diameter of your choosing. Fuse holes have not been drilled. Each cannon barrel comes with a copy of the original drawings for the field carriage, instructions on how to build the wheels along with safety-firing information. The 6 Pounder remained through out the conflict and were used in all most every battle.
Civil War Cannons. The original full scale 6 Pounder is 65" in length, weighs lb, has a 3. At only a 5-degree elevation it could shoot a 6-pound projectile over yards. The field carriage weighed lb. It was very effective in penetrating through columns of tightly packed troops. A paper time fuse ignited by the discharge of the cannon burnt down to explode the round. The shell was to be exploded before reaching enemy troops so the forward motion of the shrapnel showered the target.
It also had a paper time fuse ignited by the discharge of the cannon. It too was to be exploded before reaching enemy troops so the forward motion of the shrapnel would shower the target. It was used as a giant shotgun. Loads were switched over to canister when enemy troops were yards out and closing.
During several battles it was noted that two and three rounds of canister was loaded at one time as a last resort before being over ran. Many original 6 Pounder survive today and can be seen in most Civil War Parks. For orders or questions email:. A signed release is required.
We are not responsible for the illegal or misuse of the cannons or any altering done by the customer. It is the customers responsibility to have knowledge of black powder firing and safety. Cannons are sold as ornamental display pieces only. Wilson's Creek Battlefield-Missouri. Prairie Grove Battlefield-Arkansas.
Full scale Mountain Howitzer Cannon. Weight lb. Bore 3. Liner thickness. Mountain Howitzers are cast out of solid ductile gray iron. Barrels also have a seamless steel liner with a. Tensile strength of steel liner islbs. T hese barrels are also straight out of the mold, cleaned and ground. Fuse hole has not been drilled. These are high quality cannons priced to save you a lot of money. Each cannon comes with a copy of the number 1 field carriage. Mountain Howitzers shipped. Fed Ex Freight.Loyalist Arms is now offering cannons and artillery projectiles.
We deal directly with the Canadian manufacturer and can usually cater to your needs, depending on which style of cannon you require. There are many models and bore sizes available, so a comprehensive price list is not yet available. If you have a specific request, we will do our best to get you a quote and rough completion date. Carriages and swivels are also available.
Please inquire. Below are pictures of some items now available. Other models can be had. These are the real thing folks, not just cheaply cast decorators!! Please state model required for a quote. Small Swivel Gun Mortar Base; 24X6X13". Light Field 3 pounder with cart. Loyalist Arms now carries replica Artillery projectiles and 17ththC rep.
All grape shot, cannon balls and grenades are made of an epoxy compound. The grenades are hollow, filled with sand and cannot be altered from an inactive state. Replica 17ththC inert replica Grenades. Grenade measures approx. These grenades are filled with sand for weight and cannot be made functional without destroying the casing. Our grenades are manufactured in such a way that should someone try to make one fully functional, permanent damage to casing will occur upon attempted disassembly.
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Replica Cannon.Original Item: Only One Available. This is a fantastic totally original 18th century bronze cannon tube that measures 53 inches when including the cascabel. The bore is 3. Though this cannon is British and predates the American Civil War, the United States Army adopted a standardized 6-pounder field gun in as the aptly-designated Model The weapon's design was centered around an all-brass, 3.
While listing an overall range of 1, yards, the weapon's true lethality was felt at 1, yards and under depending on shot selected. The remainder of the design was conventional for the period, involving a mounting assembly atop a two-wheeled carriage with tow arm. A two-wheeled limber creating the "carriage and limber" arrangement common to the period was used to haul the ready-to-fire cannon shot. The limber typically provided x 3. The American Model ended up proving comparable in its battlefield effectiveness to its European rivals of the time.
By the time of the American Civil Warthe Model had seen its best days though it was still in circulation and thusly pressed into action. It was in the process of seeing replacement for the US Army had begun adoption of the more capable Model "Napoleon" pounder gun series - soon to become the most common of the Civil War.
Regardless, the Model remained in useful numbers and proved the standard field gun for both sides through at least the first year of the conflict. In practice, they provided some measure of success though their limitations were keenly felt, particularly in siege warfare where its shot proved less than effective against fortified structures.
Each unit weighed some lbs making them a bear to relocate and requiring multiple crew and pack animals. The comparable British 6-pounder was lbs. A ramrod was affixed to the carriage to provide a wet swapping action for the hot barrel and to push shot down all the way to the chamber base.
When the Model s became available in greater numbers, Union forces relegated their existing Model stocks to reserves or for use on naval vessels where their firepower might still be usable. For the South, the Model remained in service a time longer until better alternatives were adopted. Lacking the industrial resources of their counterparts in the North, many Model s were often melted down to be reconstituted into newer, more modern cannon designs.
This example features a tube or barrel that is bronze, totally original and very heavy. This cannon tube has not been polished nor cleaned and retains most of the patina and stains from its years of existence. Originating from the British garrison in Kathmandu, Nepal where it has laid for at least the last years see photos of the piles of bronze cannons we recovered no markings remain, most likely those of the British East India Company, if any were ever present.
In style this cannon appears to be entirely English and dates from as early as up until as late as Under the cascabel on the rear there is a mount for an elevating wheel assembly so this barrel could be used on both naval carriages as shown, or full field carriages with large wheels as used by infantry regiments of the period. The all oak naval carriage on which this barrel is displayed was custom manufactured to our precise specifications.
It is a near exact copy of a British Naval Man-o-War wood carriage from the last half of the 18th century. The carriage measures inches long and inches at it's widest point. It is expertly constructed of 2-inch wide Oak with hand-forged iron cap squares and mounts, just how they were made years ago.
It is even sturdy enough to be fired from. The carriage is correctly fitted with the early style shoe elevation system using an angled ramp pushed in from the rear to gain the correct firing elevation when in use. IMA commissioned the construction of this carriage especially for this barrel making a most attractive original bronze cannon tube into a stunning historically accurate display piece for home or office.
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Add to Cart. Shipping Restrictions This product is available for international shipping. Title 18, U. Code, Section a 16 defines antique firearms as all guns made prior to Originally a smooth bore, many were rifled to fire the James projectile, and are sometimes erroneously referred to as James Rifles. The smooth bore had certain advantages over the rifle; in the wooded terrain of the typical Civil War battlefield, range was less important than rate of fire, weight of shot, and the ability to fire canister.
This cannon has become one of our most popular guns made here at Hern. The Six Pounder was utilized as a pattern on both sides of the Civil War, and that lends itself to its popularity among reenactment groups and collectors. Your order saves your place in line. This barrel is a field gun, as you well know; but lends itself to a naval carriage if so desired as well! At 95 pounds for the barrel, and a similar number for the carriage you put together — these are fun to place in the living room, and to take to the gun shows and shooting range!!
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This barrel is a field gun, as you well know; but lends itself to a naval carriage if so desired as well!
Original 18th Century 6-Pounder Saker Bronze Cannon with Oak Naval Carriage
Click Here to download cannon purchase agreement. Originally a smooth bore, many were rifled to fire the James projectile, and are sometimes erroneously referred to as James Rifles.
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This content is blocked. Accept cookies to view the content. Add to cart. Share this:. This gun was made by both the North and South; and was made in both cast iron and bronze, though bronze was common. Eagle Iron Works of Cincinatti, Ohio produced duringand Tredeger and most Southern foundries produced large quantities. Due to lack of standardization, some Confederate Six Pounders look more like Ordinance Rifles than the pattern of in shape.
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