1861 8″ Siege Mortar Base – Assembled

$5,328.00
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The 1861 – 8″ Siege Mortar Base is recreated exactly to the original Ordinance Plans.  This is the fully assembled Base as pictured – fitted, and painted ready to use.  Weighing just over 1050#, if purchasing the Mortar tube at the same time, we will mount the tube in the base for shipment.

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1861 8″ Siege Mortar Base – Kit

$4,717.50
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This Base Kit only is the un-assembled set of parts needed to completely build your own 8″ Siege Mortar Base.  All nuts, bolts, side plates, iron, steel, and ductile castings to build your base.  These are made to order, not stock parts, so plan on 8-12 weeks for delivery.  Un-painted, some finish grinding and fitting needed.  Weight: ~1050#

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1861 8″ Siege Mortar – Full Scale – (Bowling Ball)

$6,000.00
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Hern Iron Works produces the 8″ siege mortar reproduction from the original ordnance plans. This Mortar Tube is cast with an 8-3/4″ bore to suit a bowling ball!  Weight of the tube is just over 1000#.

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1861 8 inch Siege Mortar – Full Scale

$6,000.00
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Siege Mortars Three primary types of mortars were used during the war: siege & garrison and Coehorn mortars are also classified as siege & garrison.  While guns were intended to batter down the walls of a fortification during a siege, mortars were designed to fire explosive shells over the walls of the fortification, killing the men inside, and forcing others to stay in bombproof shelters, or preventing the gunners from serving their guns and repairing damage caused by the bombardment.

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Coehorn Mortar 12lb, Full Scale, 3″ Bore

$634.00
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  Large Bore version of the popular Coehorn Mortar  Light enough for a pair of friends to move around on shooting day.   *Carriage not included*

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Mountain Howitzer – Full Scale – 3″ Bore

$1,580.00 $1,276.00
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The  Mountain Howitzer  was a light, smooth bore cannon designed to shoot a heavy projectile with a light powder charge, contained in a sub-caliber chamber at the bottom of the bore. Because of its light weight, it was much handier than other cannons of similar caliber. *Carriage not included*

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Mountain Howitzer – Full Scale – 2 1/4″ Bore

$1,044.00
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The  Mountain Howitzer  was a light, smooth bore cannon designed to shoot a heavy projectile with a light powder charge, contained in a sub-caliber chamber at the bottom of the bore. Because of its light weight, it was much handier than other cannons of similar caliber. *Carriage not included*

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3″ Ordnance Rifle – Full Scale

$3,718.00
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The 3-Inch Ordnance Rifle, Model 1861, was the most-used light artillery piece of the Civil War. More guns of this pattern were made than any other. Ordnance Department records show that nearly 1,000 were purchased, but published reports based on records of Phoenix Iron Company which manufactured them indicate the total was closer to 1,400. *Carriage not included*

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3″ Ordnance Rifle – 3/4 Scale

$1,469.00
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The 3″ Ordnance Rifle, Model 1861, was the most-used light artillery piece of the Civil War. More guns of this pattern were made than any other. Ordnance Department records show that nearly 1,000 were purchased, but published reports based on records of Phoenix Iron Company which manufactured them indicate the total was closer to 1,400.*Carriage not included*

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Parrott Rifle – 20 Pounder – Full Scale

$8,000.00
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 The Parrott Rifle  was a type of muzzle-loading rifled artillery weapon used extensively in the American Civil War. *Carriage not included*

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2.9″ Parrott Rifle – 10 Pounder – 3/4 Scale

$2,630.00
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 The Parrott Rifle  was a type of muzzle-loading rifled artillery weapon used extensively in the American Civil War. The gun was invented by Captain Robert Parker Parrott, a West Point graduate. He resigned from the service in 1836 and became the superintendent of the West PointFoundry in Cold Spring, New York. He created the first Parrott Rifle (and corresponding projectile) in 1860 and patented it in 1861. *Carriage not included* [

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Frontier Swivel Gun

$642.00
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 Frontier Swivel guns  were used principally aboard sailing ships, serving as short-range anti-personnel ordnance. They were not ship-sinking weapons, due to their small caliber and short range, but could do considerable damage to anyone caught in their line of fire. *Carriage not included*

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Revolutionary Howitzer – Full Scale

$1,435.00
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The  Revolutionary Howitzer  as cast by Hern Iron Works has a 3″ diameter straight full length smooth bore.  The liner is 1/2″ wall DOM steel, with a concave breech plug press fitted & welded.  One of my favorite pre-civil war pieces we make!   *Carriage not included*

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U.S. Carronade Cannon- 3/4 Scale

$948.00
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The stout U.S. Carronade is physically shorter than many of the cannons of its time.  This design reflects tight shipboard quarters and allowed fast relocating in the space provided. Trunnions are below center. *Carriage not included*

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1857 Napoleon – 12 Pounder Full Scale

$4,910.00
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 The Napoleon  was commissioned by Louis Napoleon of France to replace several cannons in similar sizes. In 1857 Ames Manufacturing Company produced the first of several variations of this design. Some were made with handles, and muzzels were made both with and without a swell. *Carriage not included*

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1841 6 Pounder Cannon – 1/2 Scale

$684.00
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 The Ordnance Board of 1841  drew up the design for this gun, which is one of the most common of all the artillery pieces of the Civil War. Originally a smooth bore, many were rifled to fire the James projectile, and are sometimes erroneously referred to as James Rifles. The smooth bore had certain advantages over the rifle; in the wooded terrain of the typical Civil War battlefield, range was less important than rate of fire, weight of shot, and the ability to fire canister. *Carriage not included*

1841 6 Pounder Cannon – 2/3 Scale

$1,155.00
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 The Ordnance Board of 1841  drew up the design for this gun, which is one of the most common of all the artillery pieces of the Civil War.
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Spanish Howitzer – 1/2 Scale

$608.00
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 The Spanish Howitzer , in Silhouette, is uniform. That is, it is a cylinder and marked only by reinforcing band, trunion assembly and cascable. The firearm was used on shipboard to set fire to an enemy’s sails.
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English Swivel Gun

$638.00
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 The English swivel cannon  should not be confused with pivot guns, which were far larger weapons mounted on a horizontal pivot, or screw guns, which are a mountain gun with a segmented barrel. *Carriage not included*

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1841 6 Pounder Cannon – Full Scale

$3,728.00
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 The Ordnance Board of 1841  drew up the design for the 1841 6 pounder cannon, which is one of the most common of all the artillery pieces of the Civil War. *Carriage not included*

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