Cannons for Sale from WWI and before!
These are a modernized version of the Skoda 10 cm model 14/61 field howitzers.
|Place of origin||Austria-Hungary|
Kingdom of Yugoslavia
World War I
World War II
|Weight||1,350 kg (2,970 lbs)|
|Barrel length||1.93 m (6 ft 4 in) L/19|
|Shell||separate loading, fixed case|
|Caliber||100 mm (3.93 in)|
|Breech||horizontal sliding block|
|Recoil||hydro-spring variable recoil|
|Elevation||-8° to +50°|
|Rate of fire||6-8 rpm|
|Muzzle velocity||407 m/s (1,335 ft/s)|
|Maximum firing range||8,400 m (9,100 yards)|
Very few of these are known to exist in the world today this is only the forth one like it we have ever seen or had available for sale and it is the best of the last three we have sold!
The QF 12 pounder 12 cwt gun was a common, versatile 3-inch (76 mm) caliber naval gun introduced in 1894 and used until the middle of the 20th century.
In British service, "12 pounder" was a rounded reference to the projectile weight and "12 cwt" referred to the weight of the barrel and breech: 12hundredweight = 12 x 112 pounds = 1344 Pounds, to differentiate it from other "12 pounder" guns.
Military designation: QF 12 pounder 12 cwt naval gun 
Country of Origin: United Kingdom United Kingdom
Developer / Manufacturer: Elswick Ordnance Company
Japan Steel Works Canadian Pacific Railway
Year of development: 1893
Start of production: 1893
Model variants: Mk I, II, V (British)
Model 1916, 1917 (Italian)
Weapons category: Cannon
Pipe length: 3.048 (40 caliber)
3 inch (76.2 mm)
Cadence : 15 rounds / min
Elevation range: depending on Lafettierung angle degrees
Traversing range: depending on Lafettierung
A rare pair of 1886 Japanese 7cm Bronze Mountain Guns
This is an extremely rare pair of Japanese Mountain Howitzers that we have never seen available for sale before!
These two bronze mountain gun barrels made by Osaka Artillery Factory in Japan
in the 29th year of Meiji (AD 1896 if we are correct).
The rifling is in very good condition as are both guns
These markings on the trunnions on gun #1 & gun #2 show the weight both the breech block and without.
The letters on trunnions read: 徐閉鎖機量 and 加閉鎖機量.
They mean that the (barrel) weight excluding breech block is 90kg and the weight
including breech block is 100kg on gun #1.
The (barrel) weight excluding breech block is 88kg and the weight including breech block is 98kg on #2.
New Lower Price: $4,950 US$ each + shipping
Located in Singapore
7cm Mountain Gun
Introduced Year: 1883
Caliber: 75 mm
Barrel Length: 1.00 m eter
EL Angle of Fire: -10 to +21 Degrees
Shell Weight: 4.28 kg
Muzzle Velocity: 255 meters/sec ond
Weight: 0.256 ton
Range: 3,000 m eters
From about 1880, the Japanese wanted to produce artillery by themselves. Under the guidance of the Italian, IJA designed new 75mm guns. They had a bronze barrel, because the steel was expensive in Japan of those days. 7cm guns were used as the main artillery during the Sino-Japanese War of 1894-5, and also used by the second line during the Russo-Japanese War.
Excellent Condition! Located in Kentucky USA
Price reduced to $14,500 US$ + shipping.
It has been demilitarized and is complete with the original naval deck mount.
We can arrange reasonable shipping anywhere in the world or pick-up free!
British Gardner/Gatling Style Machine Gun
These guns are just about impossible to find!
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