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The Coehorn Mortar was a useful weapon because of its small size and ease of movement. It usually had a fixed trajectory (around 45 degrees), and the distance the shot traveled was adjusted by varying the powder charge. The use of exploding shells was popular to reach troops inside fortifications. Reproduction.
Location:648 Route 32,New York,Saratoga,12170