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3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
This kit is a set of 18 32 pounder naval carronades on a carriage, as used on ships from around 1790 to around 1850. Dimensions are taken from the british frigate ones from around 1800.
Such guns were often used as main armament on sloops and corvettes, quarterdeck and forecastle guns on frigates or ships of the line, on merchant ships, and were a well loved chase gun.
Carronades were much lighter than a cannon of same caliber, and 32 pounder carronade could replace a 9 pdr gun at 1-1 base. However, much heavier ball was thrown only to a short range, and the carronades could not be placed where shrouds, backstays or ratlines were - muzzle flames from the short barrel would set them on fire. Thus, ports between shrouds were usually occupied by longer barreled 9pdrs, and other ones by carronades.
You can use them for example for your scratch build projects, or for refining the Meridian/Skytrex ships.