Firing a fourteenth-century handcannon was an elaborate manoeuvre. Two men were required for this process; one to hold and point the handcannon, the other to apply a match, or 'touche,' to the crude charge. Such weapons were of limited use on Medieval battefield, being innacurate, unreliable and having a frustratingly slow rate of fire.
About this creation
A view from a different angle.
Stones litter the battleground.
The soldier with the smouldering match.
The minifigures detached from the board.