Opening scene shows muzzle of a 10-in coastal defense gun as it rises on its disappearing carriage. The following inscriptions are etched into the end of the barrel: "12IV No.28 ORD Dept. U.S.A. M 1895 Watervliet Arsenal 1899." This gun is installed on an M1901 disappearing carriage at Battery Worth, Fort Casey, Coupeville, Whidbey Island, Washington. View from the side, as the gun rises from below the battery and fires. Shell raises a great splash near a target flag in the water. Views from different locations around the gun as it fires several times.
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