Civil War Miniature Naval Cannon
This is a classic 18th Century Naval Cannon. The 1/12 scale cannon features a 10" elevating barrel, wooden trunk carriage and rotating wheels with real rope breaching.
It was a cannon much like this that complemented the British seafaring ability and helped them extend their dominance on the world stage of naval history. Naval cannons were set up on several gun decks on the typical "Man of War" and the "broadsides" resulting from all the guns on one side of a ship firing in unison. The results were legendary. The carriages had an extensive rope system to stop a recoiling cannon and get it back in firing position. This miniature cannon is representative of the power that Britain exercised through their navy.
Size: 10.5" x 4.75" x 4"
Weight: 2.5 lbs
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Does this little cannon actually fire.
Hello and thanks for your question!
No it's just a small replica of the big one. It's plugged inside, so no mini cannonballs.
Thanks again! Marilyn