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MC0614 Traditions Napoleon Cannon small scale Reviews
Product: MC0614 Traditions Napoleon Cannon small scale MC0614 Traditions Napoleon Cannon small scale
From: Joe Scott
Date: Thursday 26 January, 2006

This is a very high quality, nice looking piece. Sometime after I aquired the cannon, a friend gave me the limber that matches the gun.
I have fired it numerous times with newspaper wadding over about 50 gr. of pyrodex or American Pioneer fffg powder. It takes green cannon fuse that I got at a gunshow or available at Dixie GW.
With 50 gr and tight newspaper wadding it makes a very loud report. The little cannon will recoil pretty well too.
Most of the time it sits on the mantle, with it's limber, under my Navy Officers Sword and Kentucky Rifle.
It is a fun piece.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]

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