Rudder hard to port! Open the ports! Full broadside! 24 and 36-pounders were the most common ship's guns at sea. The French two-decker Bellona was a manoeuvrable and extremely dangerous gunship, with 74 of these 36-pounders on board. The English were left behind for a long time. By the way, this type of ship's cannon was also used in fortresses. The four metal parts come unpainted. The figure shown in some photos is for size comparison. The rights to this figure are held by the company "Reaper".