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  1. Blackpowder Mortar & Cannon by Seacoast Artillery
    I have a 20 inch cannon (including knob on the breach) made of 1018 steel, breach end is 3.5” diameter and muzzle is 3” in diameter, bore is 1” by 16”. My question is can I safely bore this to 1.70 for golf ball projectiles? Should I bore it to only 10 to 12 inches to leave a powder chamber? Or...
  2. Blackpowder Mortar & Cannon by Seacoast Artillery
    Here's the new cannon with a 28" long 2 1/4" bore and 35" overall. It's all my carriage can hold, but with a combined weight of 120 lbs I'm hoping recoil isn't too great. Sandblasting and powder coating next!
  3. Blackpowder Mortar & Cannon by Seacoast Artillery
    Good evening all! I'm Matt from Ohio. I'm starting this thread to introduce myself and perhaps glean some knowledge from anyone willing to assist me with my first cannon purchase. About a month ago I started setting in motion a bucket list sort of goal. I want a full scale civil war-esk...
  4. BP Mortar and Cannon Classifieds
    I received this in a box of other reloading gear, it seems to be a very intricately made cannon for a plaque or gift. I looked to see if I could find a source for it and found other like items but not this exact one. I have no need for it and thought maybe someone here may want to purchase it...
  5. Member's Introduction and Gallery
    Hi I am from Minnesota and just found you all when doing some searching on black powder cannons and mortars.
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