As you might guess, the most exciting (and loudest) part of the horse-drawn-artillery demonstration at Perryville was when they shot the cannon, which they did several times.

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the gray-haired man (far right), a special-guest member of the horse-drawn artillery unit for the weekend, also participated in the 100th-anniversary reenactment of the Battle of Perryville … in 1962

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By the final time they fired the cannon, I was able to capture the entire sequence. This looks really neat when you’re able to scroll quickly through all three.

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