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Cartridge Waggon / Ammunition

Frederick II. was the first to let catridge waggons advance along with the attacking infantry in the battle of Leuthen. This made the ammunition supply much easier, at the risk of a direct hit that could blow up the whole company.

In this battle, the fire power of single men amounted to 180 rounds.



Cartridge Waggon / Ammunition

During the 7-Years war, the prussian 6-pounders  got supplied with carts which where taken from the Austrians in several campaigns,  especially after the  battle of Leuthen in winter 1757/58. The ammunition carts were simply repainted.

The ammunition cart here is therefore created according to the artillery- and transport-system of the Austrian Prince of Liechtenstein. After countless experiments he established a new generation of the lightest and stabliest guns and carts of the time.

The roof-like cover on the case of the cart, which where common in later times, was estab-lished  in the second half of the 7-Years war only for the heavy 12- and 24-pounders and the mortars.

Painting sample: Prussia, Seven years´war 1756-63

€ 19.90

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four-wheel ammunition cart for artillery

(without horses)

Ammunition Cart

Art. No. 5060

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Cartridge Waggon

Painting sample: Prussia, Seven years´war 1756-63

with one linking horse and carrier (only available as set!)

€ 27.90

Cartridge Waggon

Art. No. 5050

unpainted

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Horse 13

Horse 12

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The Ammunition Cart had four draught horses. We offer two types of draught horses (Horse 12 and horse 13) that can be found here.

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