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Artillery Reproductions of Cannons and Cannon Carriages of the American Civil War and Revolutionary War items for sale. As a cannon maker of replica black powder custom wood cannons and cannon carriages such as navel, ships, garrison, or split trail carriages are created for firing or ornamental non firing field guns for sale.

The Artillery was a separate, specialized branch of the army that supported the Infantry. The basic organizational unit for cannons was called a battery, made up of four to six guns with approximately 70-100 men commanded by a Captain. There were many models and sizes of Civil War cannon, but there were two basic types--smoothbore and rifled.
English Civil War Weapons. The seventeenth-century English Civil War witnessed the evolution of personal and portable firearms. However, the simple pike still had its purposes, as edged weapons were wielded alongside mortars, cannons, and muskets. Below is a description of English Civil War weapons. Primary English Civil War Weapons The Mortar
    1. A nice mid-war dated saber. (Reference: "Civil War Cavalry & Artillery Sabers" by John H.Thillmann page175; "Historic American Swords" by Howard R. Crouch, page 27; " Arms and Equipment of the Union" by Time-Life Books, page 78; 'Warman's Civil War Weapons" by Graham Smith, page 242)
    2. Mine Warfare in the Civil War. Early in the Civil War, hard-pressed Confederate Army officers in the West, like Major General Leonidas K. Polk, knew they were particularly exposed to the Union Army and Navy. Less than a day’s cavalry ride from Polk’s headquarters at Columbus, Kentucky, the Union was building a fleet of attack gunboats up ...
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    4. Welcome to Cannon Parts Ltd: Cannon carriage building parts and tools for Civil War Artillery. This No 1 Field Carriage was built by one of my customers using several of my irons.
    5. English Civil War Weapons. The seventeenth-century English Civil War witnessed the evolution of personal and portable firearms. However, the simple pike still had its purposes, as edged weapons were wielded alongside mortars, cannons, and muskets. Below is a description of English Civil War weapons. Primary English Civil War Weapons The Mortar
    6. The Parrott is a particular type of Civil War era cannon, forged in 1865 at the West Point Foundry and distinguished by its long barrel and its 4,286 lb. weight. While in use defending our nation's shores, the cannon's sheer enormity required a team of 10 draft horses to transport it through the rugged forests of Cape Ann.
    7. The British developed a new system of carriages, which was adopted by the French, then copied from the French by the Americans. During the American Civil War, U.S. Army equipment was identical to Confederate Army equipment, essentially identical to French equipment, and similar to that of other nations. The field artillery limber assumed its archetypal form - two wheels, an ammunition chest ...
    8. Download Image of 12 lb. Howitzer, captured by the 17th Regt. N.Y.V. Col. H.S. Lansing, at the Battle of Hanover Court House, from Captain Latham's Rebel Battery - weight 1458 lbs. Free for commercial use, no attribution required. Photograph shows Union soldiers lined up behind a captured cannon. Title from item. Printed on recto: "Entered according to act of Congress, in the year 1862, by M.B ...
    9. In movies showing battles from the Civil War and earlier conflicts, cannon-fired projectiles inevitably send up dirt and smoke and flailing stuntmen upon impact. It makes a nice visual and is probably easier to stage than an iron ball bouncing murderously through a division.
    Dec 13, 2016 · The Massachusetts army units who fought in the Civil War consisted of 62 regiments of infantry (which were the 1st through the 62nd Massachusetts Regiments), six regiments of cavalry, four regiments of heavy artillery, 16 batteries of light artillery, two companies of sharpshooters, a handful of unattached battalions and 26 unattached companies.
ART 36. US 3″ Dyer Shell found on the Gettysburg PA. Battlefield and once part of the J.A. Danner Museum (#2). Recently de-accessed from the MOLLUS Museum and photographed in William C. Davis' book "Fighting Men Of The Civil War". This interesting projectile was fired with the adapter only partially screwed in.

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New artillery book is now available for immediate shipping! Click here to order or find out more info and see a sample copy. During the American Civil War more varieties of artillery projectiles and cannon were used than in any other time in military history.The outbreak of hostilities in 1861, found inventors on both sides searching for the perfect blend of sabot, body, and fuze to create the ...

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