32-pounders of 42 hundredweight served on the largest sloops of the war. From 1842 into 1849, all six ion gun founders: Alger, Bellona, Columbia, Fort Pitt, Tredegar and West Point, produced 414, of which 11 have been found. Steen Cannon & Ordnance Works had the opportunity to make two of these big boys or Shiloh National Military Park. We custom built two naval truck carriages out of ductile iron and created a wood effect on the surface of the carriage. Because the Tennessee floods in the area these cannons were originally used during the battle, ductile iron was the best choice for the carriages.

32-Pounder Chambered Cannon of 42 Hundredweight

  • Origin:         Artillery from The United States
    Bore:           6.65-inches
    Length:       106 inches
    Weight:       4600 lbs
    Carriage:     Naval Truck Carriage
    Cast:          Gray Iron with steel liner