All items with the length: 16.32"

 
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U.S. Model 1838 24-Pounder Coehorn Mortar

From the beginning of time, improved defenses have encouraged development of new offenses. When fortifications became too strong to breach by direct fire, high angle plunging “vertical” fire was adopted. At Namur in 1692 the Dutch under Manno, Baron van Coehoorn, faced the French under his rival,…

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Tredegar Coehorn Mortar

The Tredegar Coehorn Mortar is the smallest cannon we offer in the Tredegar Foundry Collection. Cast just like the original using gray iron, we insert a steel sleeve with a sub-bore of 4.62 inches still making this mortar a true 12-pounder.

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Selma Arsenal Coehorn Mortar

While both armies were becoming entrenched late in the Civil War, the Confederacy also found increasing need for Coehorns. Although the most common Coehorns were made at the Tredegar Iron Works, A possible source of additional Coehorns comes from the research of Larry Daniel. Studying the records…

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