This list is still being constructed. With upwards of 14 cannons and dozens of small arms we can bring for our shows, this is just a sampling so far.
Marcie & Lucie
Our 6 pound deck guns on permanent loan to the ship by Powder Peet. These served faithfully for many years upon the deck of the tall ship Royaliste.
A one pounder or considered a Minion. Tempest would have been employed as a chaser in the bow or as a defensive gun in the rear. Owned by Captain Dead Dan.
These half pounder defensive weapons would be moved around the rails of the ship. La Sirena (the Mermaid) is owned by Commodore Top Knot.
These half pounder defensive weapons would be moved around the rails of the ship. A swivel or rail gun, so named for the ability to pivot in any direction, Ragnarock is owned by Gunnery Master RedGoat.
Currently our smallest swivel gun made by Dead Dan. The post is made from the dead man post of our old jolly boat. Owned by Captain Dead Dan.
The smallest functioning cannon we have at 30 caliber. We don’t get her out for shows much but she still counts. Owned by Captain Dead Dan.
Choad (the Grenadier)
Our Grenadier/Line launcher is just one of the small arms we bring to our shows. Owned by Captain Dead Dan.
Coming soon is a 200 year old British signal cannon recovered from an estuary in the colonies. Owned by Dead Dan.
Small Arms (and a small leg)
A small sampling of the many small arms we can bring to the detriment of our enemies. From modern replicas to originals hundreds of years old.
Dead Dan helping to load a peg leg with a punch.