A generic 18th century field piece. This gun resembles a French M1732 Valliere style gun but could belong to any of the European powers throughout the 18th century. These antique weapons were found by the British in India and the Russians in Bokhara and other places in Central Asia.
Gun plus a stack of cannon balls as shown. Very simple to assemble: just five pieces. I recommend painting beneath the barrel before attaching it. If you glue the quoin in place along with the barrel, you’ll get the barrel elevation you want.
Use them as native artillery or, if you also play pirate games or 18th century European conflicts, use them for what they were then. Below, samples painted in blue (French or Prussian) and red (English or Spanish).
NOTE: All figures are sold plain, not painted.