The vehicle was to be capable of crossing rough terrain at 5 mph, carrying a 3-ton load and towing an artillery field piece
Installation view of David Rabinowitch, The Wide Field Piece
, 1967 in the exhibition Heart of London, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, 1969.
Much smaller than the corn-cob-sized versions of yesteryear, this choke simply screws into the muzzle of your favorite field piece
. With a twist of the wrist and a "click," you can transition from wide-open decoy-appropriate cylinder patterns to XX Full for reaching way out there on wary late-season birds.
The light field pieces
used in the Napoleonic era could keep up with the infantry, but the typical Civil War field piece
was a twelve-pounder, which was too heavy and cumbersome to be manhandled across rugged terrain.
Smith's phallic sculpture Field Piece
(1968-72), and even Edvard Munch's classic femme-fatale lithograph Vampyr II (1895).
It is a derelict brown field piece
of land already owned by Metnor, which is on the site of a former landfill.
In time, the officers of this regiment wore a button with an eagle standing on a field piece
. Later, the eagle disappeared and the inscription USA&E, for U.S.
Graham employs a small mountain field piece
to great effect and the dialog reflects knowledge of field artillery.
The British were decimated, mainly because they disregarded one of their own rules of battle: never rely on only one field piece
. Their single cannon overheated and became unworkable.
Indeed, the smallest gun I think might deliver enough shock for a brachiosaur to notice would be a Civil War field piece
loaded with solid shot.