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Thread: Four Full Size Renactors Cannons - For Sale!

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    Default Four Full Size Renactors Cannons - For Sale!

    Priced at the lowest prices we have ever seen! We just bought out a complete battery that was changing to World War II Reenactments in Europe! Buy one, two, or the whole four gun battery - with limbers! <p>

    Compare these guns to similar cannons selling for $7,000 to $8,000 more!
    They are all complete with the Carriage, Limber, and some accessories! All steel barrels made from Bofors cannons. NOT cast iron! <p>

    Full details and photos are at http://bronzecannon.com/cwreenactors.htm

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    Why do they say full size guns? Those may be 3/4 scale, but those are not full size tubes or carriges.
    Terry Sorchy

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    Quote Originally Posted by terry sorchy
    Why do they say full size guns? Those may be 3/4 scale, but those are not full size tubes or carriges.
    Terry Sorchy
    I agree, they look to be 3/4th scale.
    Derrick Pugh

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    Whew! That's a lot of red in those pictures. I also agree those aren't full scale guns.
    Last edited by huntdaw; 12-26-2006 at 05:55 PM.
    Michael Comer

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    Nah!!! those are full scale cannons. They only look small because the dudes are eight feet tall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skamikaze
    "New Years Supper Reenactors Special!"

    "Fired by percussion using 9mm blank cartilages"

    I have a hard time taking people seriously when they don't spell check.
    You might have just invited the wrath of Sgt Pepper upon your soul.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trooper Graham
    You might have just invited the wrath of Sgt Pepper upon your soul.
    Not on his soul... on his posts.
    Sgt. Pepper, Moderator, Ret.
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    If these guns are full scale then someone's measurements are way off.
    Russell Vlack
    Jeff Davis Artillery

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    I can count on one hand the number of times I've served on a gun crew, but there are things (beyond what they're wearing) in this picture that make me cringe.

    Marc A. Hermann.
    The Daybreak B'hoys.
    Liberty Rifles - Hardtack Society.
    Oliver Tilden Camp No. 26, SUVCW.

    Descendant of Pvt. E. Hermann, 45th PA Militia - Capt. Wm. K. and Lt. Geo. W. Hopkins, 7th PA Reserves - Pvt. Jos. A. Weckerly, 72nd PA Infantry - Pvt. Thos. Will, 21st PA Cavalry.

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    Default It's simply Farbolicious!!!

    It's simply Farbolicious!!!
    I recall reading in The Complete Cannoneer about a cannon that used a modern cannon barrel as a liner, the results were not good.
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    Jeffrey Cohen

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