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Black Powder Revolutionary War reproduction Cannon

Revolutionary War Howotzer for sale

Just restored after the filming was completed.

         Revolutionary War Howotzer for sale from this movie

The 4 pounder Revolutionary War Howitzer is complete and ready to be fired.

Revolutionary War Howotzer for sale  Revolutionary War Howotzer for sale

 All implements are included with the gun.

Revolutionary War Howotzer for sale  Revolutionary War Howotzer for sale

 The overall length of the piece is 84 inches.

 The width, from axle tip to axle tip is 47 inches.

Revolutionary War Howotzer for sale  Revolutionary War Howotzer for sale  Revolutionary War Howotzer for sale

The height is 42 inches.

 The weight is less than 600 pounds.

 The bore is 3 inches.

The barrel is cast iron with a ¼ inch steel liner!

 The full length movie that the gun is in is "Captain". The movie premiers in Little Rock, Arkansas on July 26th, 2015.

Price now reduced to: $5,950. US$

We can arrange reasonable delivery anywhere or pick up free in Bearden, AR.

       

Four Brand New Civil War Reproduction Black Powder Cannons!

Historically accurate firing cannon reproductions!

All with steel barrels!

Brand new all steel 12 pounder Mountain Howitzer!

Aavailable for delivery right now!

Civil War "all steel" reproduction Mountain Howitzers for sale

We have this BRAND NEW full size and extremely well made full scale mountain howitzer for sale that was just listed 6/10/2015 at a very low price.

Civil War "all steel" reproduction Mountain Howitzers for sal Civil War "all steel" reproduction Mountain Howitzers for sal

The barrel is solid steel and bored from a steel tube.

This is an accurate reproduction.

The 42 inch (wheels), which are the correct size is also the height.

The overall length is 76 inches.

The width is 39 inches which is the length of the axle.

Civil War "all steel" reproduction Mountain Howitzers for sal Civil War "all steel" reproduction Mountain Howitzers for sal Civil War "all steel" reproduction Mountain Howitzers for sal

The cannon only needs fuse and black powder and it is ready to shoot.

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The carriage is made with the axles with the original pitch that tips the bottom of the wheels inward as shown above.

All three of the cannons listed here below are made from steel and drilled and bored (the Whitworth is from a tube steel so it is not bored, but the taper on the outside was turned on the lathe). The Woodruff and the Mountain Howitzer both are barrels that were a solid cylinder of steel and the bore was drilled/bored (3 to 5 days of lathe work for the bore). The carriage is made from Arizona Mesquite, a very hearty tough wood that we have found to be a better product than the original wood the originals would have been made from. The wheels have a steel tire around the outside. All of these were built according to Mordechai specifications that the originals would have been made from. The carriage is made with the axles having the original pitch that tips the bottom of the wheels inward.

Complete with ALL tools.

The photo above is one of these being test fired!

This is by far the lowest price we have EVER had on a brand new all steel cannon like this and we expect them to sell instantly!

Price $6,995 US$ + shipping

Located in Arizona for FREE pick up or we can arrange reasonable delivery!

Brand New Breech loading Whitworth Civil War Cannon

One is stock now! 7/14/2015

  Whitworth Civil War cannon for sale

Here is something that is almost impossible to find. A full scale steel reproduction Whitworth quick firing rifle.

It is the very first we have ever had available and is in BRAND NEW condition.

Whitworth Civil War cannon for sale

The carriage is made of Arizona Mesquite.

Bore: 2 1/8 inch

It's is an exact reproduction!

This Whitworth is made from a tube steel so it is not bored, but the taper on the outside was turned on the lathe.

This breach loader only needs a sponge tool that would be a small sponge on one end and a larger one on the other end.  It is included in the sale.

 Whitworth Civil War cannon for sale 

Whitworth Civil War cannon for sale

Price: $7,995 US$ + shipping

Located in Arizona for free pick-up or we can ship anywhere in the USA at a reasonable cost.

Background on the original Whitworth Rifles

Whitworth Civil War Cannon

The Whitworth, designed by Joseph Whitworth and manufactured in England, was a rare gun during the war, but was an interesting precursor to modern artillery in that it was loaded from the breech and had exceptional accuracy over great distance. An engineering magazine wrote in 1864 that, "At 1600 yards [1500 meters] the Whitworth gun fired 10 shots with a lateral deviation of only 5 inches. This degree of accuracy made it effective in counter-battery fire, used almost as the equivalent of a sharpshooter's rifle, and also for firing over bodies of water." It had a caliber of 2.75 inches (70 mm). The bore was hexagonal in cross-section, and the projectile was a long bolt that twisted to conform to the rifling. It is said that the bolts made a very distinctive eerie sound when fired, which could be distinguished from other projectiles.

Brand New Breech loading Whitworth Civil War Cannon Barrel.

Full size and fully functional and ready to work. Fits on a Prairie Carriage.

Whitworth Civil War quick firing cannon barrel for sale

Here is something that is almost impossible to find.

Whitworth Civil War quick firing cannon barrel for sale

A full scale steel reproduction Whitworth quick firing rifle.

Whitworth Civil War quick firing cannon barrel for sale

This Williams is made from a tube steel so it is not bored, but the taper on the outside was turned on the lathe.

This breach loader only needs a sponge tool that would be a small sponge on one end and a larger one on the other end.  It is included in the sale

Bore: 2 1/8 inch

Whitworth Civil War quick firing cannon barrel for sale

Whitworth Civil War quick firing cannon barrel for sale

Price: $2,750 US$ + shipping

Hurry, only one available!

Brand New Breech loading rapid firing Williams Civil War Cannon

In stock now!  7/14/2015

  Williams Civil War steel rapid fire cannon for sale

Here is something that is almost impossible to find. A full scale steel reproduction Williams quick firing rifle.

It is only the second one we have ever had available and is in BRAND NEW condition.

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The carriage is made of Arizona Mesquite.

Bore: 1 1/2 inch

It's is an exact reproduction!

This Williams is made from a tube steel so it is not bored, but the taper on the outside was turned on the lathe.

This breach loader only needs a sponge tool that would be a small sponge on one end and a larger one on the other end.  It is included in the sale.

 Williams Civil War steel rapid fire cannon for sale 

This gun is fully functional and ready to shoot!

Williams Civil War steel rapid fire cannon for sale  Williams Civil War steel rapid fire cannon for sale 

Price: $7,995 US$ + shipping

Located in Arizona for free pick-up or we can ship anywhere in the USA at a reasonable cost.

Brand New Breech loading rapid firing Williams Civil War Cannon Barrel available!

Williams Civil War Cannon Barrel for sale

Full size and fully functional and ready to work. Fits on a Prairie Carriage.

Here is something that is almost impossible to find. A full scale steel reproduction Williams quick firing rifle.

Williams Civil War Cannon Barrel for sale

It's is an exact reproduction!  Only one available at this time so HURRY!

Williams Civil War Cannon Barrel for sale  Williams Civil War Cannon Barrel for sale

Bore: 1.5 inch

Williams Civil War Cannon Barrel for sale

Price: $2,750 US$ + shipping

The Williams Gun was a Confederate gun that was classified as a 1-lb cannon. It was designed by Capt. D.R. Williams, of Covington, Kentucky, who later served as an artillery captain with a battery of his design. It was a breech-loading, rapid-fire cannon that was operated by a hand-crank. The barrel was 4 feet long and 1.57-inch caliber. The hand crank opened the sliding breech which allowed the crew to load a round and cap the primer. As the crank was continued, it closed the breech and automatically released the hammer. The effective range was 800 yards but the maximum range was 2000 yards.

Approximately 40 were made to supply 7 different Confederate batteries. These were made at F. B. Deane Jr. & Son, Lynchburg, Virginia, Tredegar Iron Works, Richmond, Virginia, and Skates & Co, Mobile, Alabama. At the end of the war, 4 examples of this gun were captured to sent to West Point. The West Point Museum retained one gun. Other examples are now located at Kentucky Military History Museum the Virginia Museum of the Civil War at the New Market Battlefield State Historical Park, and the Watervliet Arsenal Museum.

During the early trials of the gun, the Richmond Daily Exchange dated May 20, 1862, reported that: “General Floyd attended a trial of the Williams’ mounted breech-loading rifle, which is claimed will throw twenty balls a minute a distance of fifteen hundred yards". Some sources say it could fire 65 rounds per minute but accuracy was greatly reduced due to the manual loading. The Union troops did not know what the gun was. Some describe it as a rifled cannon. Others reported that it fired nails, probably on account of the noise the projectile made as it tumbled.

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Brand New steel Woodruff Civil War Cannon

Sold the first day listed!

We can build you another one just for you if you want!

Woodruff Civil War cannon for sale   Woodruff Civil War cannon for sale

This a VERY hard to find 2 inch Woodruff Civil War reproduction cannon.

  It is BRAND NEW and ready to work. It is also an all STEEL barrel and not cast iron with a steel liner.

It is ready for live firing.

This Woodruff barrel was made from a solid cylinder of steel.  The carriage is made from Arizona Mesquite, a very hearty tough wood that we have found to be a better product than the original wood the originals would have been made from. The wheels have a steel tire around the outside. All of these were built according to Mordechai specifications that the originals would have been made from. The carriage is made with the axles having the original pitch that tips the bottom of the wheels inward.The Woodruff would both come with two tools, a Sponge/Rammer and a Worm Tool.

Price: $6,995 US$ + shipping

Located in Arizona for free pick-up or we can ship anywhere in the USA at a reasonable cost. 

 

Additional information on the Woodruff cannons:

James Woodruff was a prominent citizen of Quincy, Illinois, whose business interests included real estate and the Woodruff and Hayes Carriage Co. He found time to serve as a member of the delegation to Washington to suggest Quincy as a good location for a proposed national arsenal. His invention was a little smoothbore expected to “do the work of a six pounder, for it could be drawn by men instead of horses in the event the horses were killed in battle. Since these were smoothbores, and since there is no record of special projectiles for them, it seems reasonable they were expected to fire 2.02 to 2.06-inch standard iron balls intended for 12-pounder grape shot or 32-pounder canister. According to contemporary ordnance manuals, this ball was expected to weigh 1.14 pounds. In addition, we interpret the phrase about lead balls in the canister to mean that each tier would contain 7 one-ounce balls, which would fit into a tube slightly over 2-inch diameter to be accommodated by a 2 1/8 inch gun bore.

Here is a GREAT link for more information on these cannons:

http://turnerbrigade.org/history/woodruff/

Mountain Howitzer Barrels

Full size Functioning & ALL Steel!

Full size steel Mountain Howitzer for sale

Full size steel Mountain Howitzer for sale

The cannon barrels listed here are USA made from steel and then drilled.

Full size steel Mountain Howitzer for sale  Full size steel Mountain Howitzer for sale

 The Mountain Howitzer were a solid cylinder of steel and the bore was drilled/bored that took 3 to 5 days of lathe work just for the bore.

Full size steel Mountain Howitzer for sale

Price: $1,995 US$ + shipping

Civil War Blank Firing Gatling Gun for sale
 
Full Size .45 Caliber Blank Firing Gatling Gun
Reduced by $2,000!
 
This is only the second one of these in full size that we have ever had available! Hurry, it will not last! 
 
Civil War Blank Firing Gatling Gun for sale    Civil War Blank Firing Gatling Gun for sale  Civil War Blank Firing Gatling Gun for sale
 
Specifications:
Wheel Diameter: 43 inches
Barrels length: 44 inches
Metal tire bands: 2 inches wide.
Very large ammo holder with much more then the ten rounds included capacity.
 
Civil War Blank Firing Gatling Gun for sale
 
Six barrels
Ten .45 caliber blank holding inserts included. More can very easily be made.
Just released from a private museum.
 
   
 
Civil War Blank Firing Gatling Gun for sale
 
This gun has always been stored inside and is in excellent condition.
Short videos of the mechanism working are available on request.
 
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 Civil War Blank Firing Gatling Gun for sale
 
Originally purchased at an auction in Atlanta, Georgia for $12,000 years ago.
 It is heavy and very well built.
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Civil War Blank Firing Gatling Gun for sale  Civil War Blank Firing Gatling Gun for sale  Civil War Blank Firing Gatling Gun for sale

Reduced $2,000!
 Price reduced to sell very FAST at: $6,995 US$
Located in Michigan for FREE pick up or we can arrange reasonable delivery anywhere! 
 

The Gatling gun is one of the best-known early rapid-fire weapons and a forerunner of the modern machine gun. Invented by Richard Gatling, it is known for its use by the Union forces during the American Civil War in the 1860s, which was the first time it was employed in combat. Later it was used in the Bushing War, the Anglo-Zulu War and still later in the assault on San Juan Hill during the Spanish-American War.

The Gatling gun's operation centered on a cyclic multi-barrel design which facilitated cooling and synchronized the firing/reloading sequence. Each barrel fired a single shot when it reached a certain point in the cycle, after which it ejected the spent cartridge, loaded a new round, and in the process, cooled down somewhat. This configuration allowed higher rates of fire to be achieved without the barrel overheating.

Steel 12 Pound Mountain Howitzer with 4 inch bore!

Price just reduced $1,000 to sell FAST!

12 pound Mountain Howitzer for sale

This is a custom made "like new" full size 12 pounder on a mahogany carriage that was just recently built of good quality materials.

12 Pounder Mountain Howitzer for sale  12 Pounder Mountain Howitzer for sale  12 Pounder Mountain Howitzer for sale

The length of the Cannon Barrel is 40 inches long

The barrel is made of steel with a 1 inch liner for projectiles and it has a 4 inch bore.  

It fires with live ammunition and about 2 ounces of black powder and much less for smoke and noise.

The barrel is also galvanized and made to a specific blueprint.

The bore is 4 inches in diameter and has been anodized in gold (that means it will not rust) and then spray panted in gold paint.
The wheels are 43 inches in diameter made out of hickory
The total length of the cannon and carriage is 8 feet long
The total of the carriage is 46 inches wide, and the cannon fits into a 4 by 8 foot Trailer
The axle is 1.5 inches in diameter made of stainless steel with brass bushings (oil-light bushings)
The carriage is made out of solid mahogany and stained with 3 coats of a mahogany color
The height is 45 inches and total weight is about 450 lbs.

This carriage has a steel axle and brass bushings. The barrel is also galvanized!

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Priced to sell very FAST: $7,495 US$

Located in Minnesota

 

     

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LEGAL ISSUES on Antique and Black powder cannons.

 Firearms in this country (USA), particularly those deemed to be “destructive devices”, are tightly regulated by BATF (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms) unless demilitarized to BATF specifications. The question then becomes: is a cannon a destructive device? According to Federal Regulations, a cannon that is “not capable of firing fixed ammunition and manufactured on or before 1898, and replicas thereof, are antiques and not subject to the provisions of either the Gun Control Act of 1968 or the National Firearms Act of 1934”. Fixed ammunition refers to a projectile and powder charge than can be loaded as a single unit. By this definition, even a percussion primed breech loader is exempt if the powder and shot are loaded separately.

Warning - As with all Black Powder Ordnance, cannons are inherently dangerous and should be handled by trained and experienced personnel ONLY!  We DO NOT CONVEY ANY ASSURANCE OR WARRANTY AS TO THE USE with Black Powder or with "live fire".  You need to check ALL black powder cannons to make sure that they are safe to use.

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Last up-dated on 08/24/2015