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Re: J.W. Morton's 3" "Rodmans"
In Response To: J.W. Morton's 3" "Rodmans" ()

Wayne Stark would be your best resource to find out if these guns still exist. His list of surviving Civil War artillery has over 5,000 pieces and their locations. The contact for him, from the Civil War Artillery Page is:

starkgun@usaor.net

I have no idea if this is currect or not. Good luck.
Frank

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