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Custom Fine Art Print on Premium Media - A 32-pounder smoothbore Carronade cannon, mounted on a wooden sled, sits behind its embrasure at Fort James Jackson, near Savannah, Georgia. These Carronade guns were used to fire balls, bolts, screws - any loose parts available - along the flanks of a fortification as a means of disuading attackers from getting too near the fort's walls.



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