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"Little David" Heavy Seige Mortar (Simple)

2,341 Davisplanez  4.3 years ago

The Little David Mortar was an Experimental Heavy Seige Mortar and Aerial Bomb Tester. It was Anticipated to be used in the hypothetical invasion of Japan, for use against Heavy Fortifications. Because the invasion never Happened, The Little David was Given up as a Mortar and used as a Bomb Tester.

With a 91.4 cm Barrel, (or 914 mm) It was and still is The Largest Calibre Weapon ever made.

(The Schwerer Gustav is the largest piece of Artillery, but with a smaller caliber at 800 mm.)

The Massive Gun Ready to Fire.

The 3,650 Pound Shell.

TRIM for Barrel Depression.

General Characteristics

  • Created On Mac
  • Wingspan 32.8ft (10.0m)
  • Length 28.7ft (8.8m)
  • Height 15.6ft (4.8m)
  • Empty Weight 7,336lbs (3,327kg)
  • Loaded Weight 7,336lbs (3,327kg)


  • Wing Loading N/A
  • Wing Area 0.0ft2 (0.0m2)
  • Drag Points 10835


  • Number of Parts 10
  • Control Surfaces 0
  • Performance Cost 45
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    8,530 TTL

    Imagine you see this hit your house and your house and say,

    I screwed- (BANG!)

    4.0 years ago
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    2,341 Davisplanez

    @Flash0of0green And Yeah, I've heard of the Mallet's Mortar that Thing Looks Hilarious.

    4.3 years ago
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    2,341 Davisplanez

    @Flash0of0green Yes, the Tsar Cannon has a larger Calibre, But The Schwerer Gustav was actually Used in Combat. Also, the Tsar Cannon would Be Barely Capable of Firing because of It's Mostly Bronze Construction.

    4.3 years ago
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    @Davisplanez also the Mega Bombard none as the Tsar Cannon has a bigger caliber than The Schwerer Gustav thou the Tsar cannon was never used.

    4.3 years ago
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    @Davisplanez Look up Mallet's mortar and tell me what you think.

    4.3 years ago