History fanatics are gonna love this one. In our endless collection of novelty items, the miniature artillery cannon is a truly special item. It is a perfect replica of the classic Napoleon cannons from 1856. However, it also has an extra trick up its sleeve. If you are up for the challenge, it could fire a cannon ball with gunpowder. Due to being a perfect replica, it should be powered by gunpowder to release a shot.
Now, the miniature artillery cannon isn’t a weapon. It serves as an homage to the creative invention from the 1800s that has inspired the growth of artillery over the past century. The simple and almost comically sized parts make the cannon a sight to behold. Surprisingly, its unique look contributed to its effectiveness during the Napoleonic era. As a miniature model, it serves as a cool piece of decor for your home or office.
Design of the Miniature Artillery Cannon
Additionally, the polished silver on its outer shell adds a layer of sophistication to the design. Even for a destructive weapon, it manages to rival artistic creations that serve as decorations. Collectors and fans of war games will enjoy adding this piece to their man cave. If you’ve ever played a Battlefield or Medal of Honor game, artillery cannons are not new to your vocabulary. These potent weapons hit fast, and hit hard. This miniature model doesn’t disappoint and it stays true to the design found in the real deal.
If you want to fire the miniature artillery cannon, you’ll have to find gunpowder and a cannon ball locally. Theoretically, it should work. However, it could go south. This is primarily an accessory, so its important to treat it that way. For the risk takers out there, please run your experiments outside safely.
If you love messing around with various experiments, you’ll enjoy having this cannon by your side. The little wheels should add an extra depth of realism. Kids will enjoy having this around. Thanks to its durability, the pieces won’t break easily. If you know any history buffs, gifting this will leave them ecstatic and hyped up.
> 6 years old
Ludvig K. –
The picture don’t do this cannon Justice. I bought it for my 6 year old boy who has always been obsessed with the military. He love it. He loved the blast. Said it was the best gift he’ve received.
Kristen Potter –
The artillery cannon is a truly impressive creation to have as a replica in my home. I’ve spent a lot of time admiring classic weapons used in historical battles, and this one has to be my favorite. So glad I could find this replica. Its currently sitting well-lit in my office.