Ranger

SM55

The Ranger, built in 1823, was typical of the American revenue cutters that were used for surveillance and coast guard duties during the first half of the 19th century. A large carronade was able to rotate a full 360 degrees enabling rapid fire from both sides with only one weapon.

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Corel

$169.00

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The Ranger, built in 1823, was typical of the American revenue cutters that were used for surveillance and coast guard duties during the first half of the 19th century. A large carronade was able to rotate a full 360 degrees enabling rapid fire from both sides with only one weapon.

This kit is double plank-on-bulhead and features lazer cut parts. Wood is plywood, mahogany, limewood and walnut.

Cast white metal fittings include tiller, bill, helm, belaying pins, anchors, mast caps, cabin windows and door, handrails, cleats, oarlocks and more.

Boxwood blocks, walnut deadeyes and two diameters of rigging line plus cotton sail cloth are included in the kit along with a cast metal base and nameplate. Full size plans and an illustrated instruction manual are also included.

Length 18" / Height 15" / Scale 1:50

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