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  1. Mikree Reply

    Granite cannonballs are enhanced cannonballs created by using a regular cannonball on granite dust. This requires 50 Smithing and gives no experience. These cannonballs increase the max hit of the dwarf multicannon from 30 to 35, equating to an approximate damage per second increase of 15%. When a player creates granite cannonballs, a message in the chatbox will state You apply a thick coating.

  2. Akinoll Reply

    May 02,  · Union troops from the North and Southern Confederate troops lobbed an estimated million artillery shells and cannonballs at each other from to First published on May 2.

  3. Mezigal Reply

    Track 18 - From CD "Cannonballs Vs. Carbonas". (c) & (p) Punch Records Cat#: RS-EP02 In Back Cover RSCDE-SPK 2 In Matrix Barcode and Other Identifiers Rights Society: S.G.A.E. Other (Manufacturer Company, Printed In Cd): MPO IBERICA; Depósito Legal: D. Legal: B; Matrix / Runout: RSCDE-SPK 2 MPO IBERICA /01 5/5(1).

  4. Mezigis Reply

    Making cannonballs [edit | edit source] See the Cannonball smithing calculator for latest profit calculations using a Grand Exchange Market Watch price.. Making cannonballs is a popular method for players to train Smithing while making moderate profit, but smelting cannonballs is very slow - a full load (60 bars) takes 6 minutes to complete or about 2 times slower than making iron bars.

  5. Volkis Reply

    Make Offer - Three Antique Civil War Artillery Cannonballs. Cannon Ball is civil war 8lb (zinc studded six rows of 2 studs)confederate CSA. $ Free shipping. Make Offer - Cannon Ball is civil war 8lb (zinc studded six rows of 2 studs)confederate CSA. ’s Civil War Stone Cannon Ball.

  6. Zulkilrajas Reply

    Civil War cannonballs were manufactured from cast-iron and, on very rare occasions, lead. Other metals like steel, brass and copper, while common in modern artillery, were not used during the Civil War. Weigh the ball. Compare the weight of the ball to a weight-to-volume chart for cast-iron. The Civil War method of casting always left tell-tale.

  7. Nirisar Reply

    They are about 2 inches in diameter. Small iron (C) and lead (D) balls that are 1 to inches in diameter came from the ship. They probably were used as grape or canister shot. Grape shot is a cluster of several small balls tied or wrapped with canvas in a bundle. Canister shot refers to small shot enclosed in a wooden or metal canister that.

  8. Kazralkis Reply

    A "dive" in which you hold your knees to your chest and hit the water with your fat ass with as much force as possible with the purpose of creating a gigantic splash, thus soaking everyone in the near vicinity.

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