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Loading Cannons

Loading Cannons

About The Loading Cannons Jigaw Puzzle:

Today we're going to a historical reenactment. Pick your difficulty level and click start and see the old cannons being loaded and fired. Cannon operation required specialized crew and gunners. Prior to loading, the cannon would be well cleaned with a sponge to remove all sparks, filth, and dirt. The powder was added, followed by a wad of paper or hay, and the ball was thrown in.

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00 : 15
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00 : 46

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05 : 07

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08 : 13
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18 : 27
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