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The muzzle characterized all nonportable firearms such as cannon and mortar.
The moldings used to join the various sections of the barrel together.
Cylindrical piece used to rest the barrel on the carriage and to pivot it when setting up the shot.
The sides of the muzzle loading carriage.
Device used to adjust and secure the barrel in a specific firing position.
Opening through which the projectile left the barrel.
Part between the muzzle and the second reinforce.
Part between the first reinforce and the chase and next to the trunnions.
The thickest part of the barrel where the powder charge exploded.
Opening in the barrel for igniting the powder charge.
Molding around the back end of the barrel.
Base of the barrel that was used to aim and move the cannon.
Cylindrical tube used to fire projectiles.