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Seven barrelled volley gun
Seven barrelled volley gun. Volley guns were designed by James Wilson and presented to the Board of Ordnance for trials in 1779. The Board decided these guns would be of most use on board ships and consequently they were purchased by the Admiralty for use in the fighting tops of naval vessels.
- Image reference: E8623
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London