Making A Bronze Cannon Replica, Start To Finish. FarmCraft101

  • Published on:  Friday, August 16, 2019
  • From scrap copper, tin, and cartridge brass to scaled down replica. Want more details? Watch the full playlist here:

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  • Lithostheory


     5 months ago +1139

    No shooting?

  • Godfather


     16 hours ago


  • Bacon Cheese Burger

    Bacon Cheese Burger

     2 days ago

    Looks like the golf ball cannons my buddy used to make. Very nice!

  • ed


     3 days ago

    Finish it. Turn it into a carbide cannon.

  • Bryan Ormsby

    Bryan Ormsby

     5 days ago

    This is cool brother, your perseverance is amazing. When I saw your mold fail when you set it up vertically. He'll I wanted to start throwing things in my garage and I'm not even the one having to deal with it.

  • jbee railroader

    jbee railroader

     5 days ago

    U have quite the skill set..impressive

  • jbee railroader

    jbee railroader

     5 days ago

    Did foundry in high school making a lead anvil..Its not easy at all.m

  • Andersons Road

    Andersons Road

     5 days ago

    Beautiful craftsmanship on the cannon. Great work on the production of the vid too. 👍👍👍

  • Chase Hicks

    Chase Hicks

     7 days ago +1

    Love your determination man, great video

  • Zack B

    Zack B

     7 days ago

    You’re the man

  • Joseph Calabrese

    Joseph Calabrese

     7 days ago

    You could of put a steel pipe in in the barrel area, but you would of had to polish the inside and the outside. Thus getting more volume out of your pour.



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  • sameer thakur

    sameer thakur

     7 days ago

    Farmcrsft, huh? Suddenly I have an irresistible urge to become s farmer.

  • David Robinson

    David Robinson

     7 days ago +1

    Making a bronze cannon...that video is a WOW....EXCELLENT PRESENTATION...THANK YOU FOR THE EDUCATION

  • Stanley Shedd

    Stanley Shedd

     7 days ago

    Hat tip to not giving up after multiple failures, and this causes one to appreciate how amazing the men who came before us were to be able to make such projects before lathes, milling machines, propane foundries ect. Good job man.

  • convictcreations


     7 days ago

    Nice man! Nice!

  • carlos cortes

    carlos cortes

     7 days ago

    Talent my friend. And may I say patient. Love to owen that cannon

  • Mr. Polanco

    Mr. Polanco

     7 days ago +1

    That was absolutely impressive! Great job brotha. Highly talented...

  • mightress


     7 days ago

    In europe most be like, ask permission at the authorities. Build it if granted yes and if you realy want to fire it send it off for proofing where they double the charge and shoot it. If it holds up it gets stamped and you can register it on your permit.

  • David Beach

    David Beach

     7 days ago

    If we learn by our mistakes, may I call you Professor? Seriously, much respect. I have trouble changing the kitty litter...🙋🏻‍♂️