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The Columbiad cannonball by Ajhall
History of the Columbiad The Columbiad was an enormous weapon -- it would have to be to fire a 128 lb ball -- typically used in seacoast defense. They weren't used in combat very often due to their size and difficulty in moving and loading them. Most were mounted on rails in fixed fortifications. The Confederates got most of their supply from captured US stocks. Interestingly, they did use ...

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