12-inch Cannon

12-inch Cannon (HM2KV2)

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N 19° 24.99', W 99° 11.545'

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 Cañón de 12 pulgadasDescripciónPieza de bronce y de fabricación estadounidense, utilizada por el ejército contra fortificaciones y tropas, este tipo de cañones se utilizaron por primera vez en la guerra de independencia de los Estados Unidos de América, utilizándose ampliamente en las guerras posteriores a la Revolución Francesa y en las Guerras NapoleónicasDatos técnicosOrigen E.U.A. Año de fabricación 1784Calibre 120 mm. Peso 4,800 kg. Peso de la granada 10.8 kg. Alcance máximo 1,000 m. English translation:12-inch Cannon Description:A bronze, American-made piece used by the army against fortifications and troops, this type of cannon was used for the first time in the War of Independence of the United States of America. It was widely used in the wars after the French Revolution and in the Napoleonic Wars. Technical data:Origin: USA Year of manufacture: 1784 Caliber: 120 mmWeight: 4800 kgProjectile weight: 10.8 kg Maximum reach: 1000 m
HM NumberHM2KV2
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Date Added Monday, September 16th, 2019 at 11:01am PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)14Q E 479799 N 2146924
Decimal Degrees19.41650000, -99.19241667
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 19° 24.99', W 99° 11.545'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds19° 24' 59.4" N, 99° 11' 32.7" W
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