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Medieval Cannon scratchbuild in 1/25 scale

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I always wanted to build a cannon, finally I decided myself to do it. I'm going to build it out of wood, and the scale is 1/24.

Here the main part for the cannon.

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Here the handle that will go on it.

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Made some wheels

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Cannon holder and handle

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Test fitting the brass cannon

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Test fitting wheels and made all the braces

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On 5/6/2020 at 12:51 PM, cobraman said:

This is going to be nice !

I like how it came out, I finished few days ago, still need to post pics... Thanks!

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Here the last pictures before open a post of it on the shelf section.

Test fit the last pieces made before painting. Hinges on the front for tilt the cannon and the rear mount that will regolate the height

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Made all the bracket and rivets that will hold the cannon in place

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I think that it's cool that models like this can be built by following methods similar to those those that would have been used in building the original.

Nicely Done!

David G.

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5 hours ago, David G. said:

I think that it's cool that models like this can be built by following methods similar to those those that would have been used in building the original.

Nicely Done!

David G.

Very similar

Thanks David

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