|Portfolio-Cannon Implements &
made of oak wood with
copper nails holding on
copper bands. Metal
Head painted on
|Oak Trail Spike
with metal painted
|Trail Spike with
metal painted ring.
|I made a replacement cannon carriage leveling wedge or "Quoin" for a customer made of
oak, brass screws and stained.
|Made a full scale Ram Rod & Sponge with sponge covers for a customer. Wood is made of
oak, walnut dowel, and linseed oiled.
|Made a 2.25 bore worm head for the
Fort Concho Historic National
Landmark's mountain howitzer.
|Made a worm for one
of Brooks USA brass
24 pounders with a 1"
|Made a worm head for a
28" mountain howizer
barrel with a 1 3/4" bore.
|Made three worms for a 1-3/4" bore for a customer. Two will be for 24" deep bore and one
for a 36" deep bore. Wood is stained oak and copper nails hold on the worm heads.
|Made three implements: rammer, sponge & worm for a 1" bore for a customer that purchased
a Brooks USA brass cannon on my naval carriage that I made for it. Wood is stained
Jacobean and copper nails hold on the heads.
|I made three implements for my customer : rammer, sponge & worm for a 1.7" bore cannon.
|I made these implements for my customer : rammer and sponge with sponge socks for a 3"
bore full scale Revolutionary War 6-pounder cannon.
|Texas Historical Commission developed a new museum at San Felipe de Austin State
Historic Site in San Felipe, TX. - I made these implements for them along with a full scale
Galloper Carriage for their new 3 pounder cannon.
Implements are - Powder Ladle, Worm, Rammer, Sponge with 3 sponge socks, and Linstock.
|A customer ordered these implements for his 1.75" bore Hern Iron Works English Swivel
Gun. : worm, sponge with sponge socks and a rammer.
|The Audubon State Historical Site State Park in Louisiana commissioned me to make them a
sponge sock, lanyard, tampion muzzle cover w/leather strap, and leather vent cover for their
Revolutionary War 3 pounder cannon.
|A customer wanted a Ram Rod, Sponge, and a trail spike for his
breech loading gun.
|A customer has an original British 1-pdr Falconet Armstrong pattern gun on a naval carriage.
The bore is standard 2.019" and shoots a 1.954" solid iron shot.
I made him all oak wood implements for the 2" bore 48" long, worm, ram rod, sponge rod
with extra sponge socks, copper powder ladle, 2" tampion, and correct elevation quoin &
platform for his gun.