1914 British 13 Pound Gun RHA with Five Man Crew

Price: $195.00


W. Britain

The Ordnance QF 13-pounder quick-firing field gun was the standard equipment of the British Royal Horse Artillery at the outbreak of World War I. The gun was developed as a response to combat experience gained in the Boer War and entered service in 1904.
The first British artillery round on the Western Front in World War I was fired by No. 4 gun of Battery "E" Royal Horse Artillery on August 22, 1914, noretheast of Harmignies in Belgium.

Limited Edition of 500 sets.