I am Patronus Weapon Industries official guide. For security purposes, I will not be giving you my name. Anyway, onto the cannon.
The PWI AAHC uses small tanks of explosive chemicals as its ammo. It has a very large blast, so it damages its target even before the tanks explode. The cannon can also act as a mortar, as the chemical tanks have a large blast radius and high levels of splash damage.
This is the base of the cannon. Its current design does not allow the cannon to swivel, a major weakness for the cannon. The cannon's future redesigns will most likely allow it though.
The back of the cannon is where the tanks can be inserted. Only four are allowed to be inside at once. Once all the tanks are used up, they pop out allowing them to be refilled.
Here you can see the seat where the person that fires the cannon sits. You can also see the body of the cannon where the tanks chemicals flow through these tubes allowing them to be used as firepower.
Here is the tip, with its awesome looking angled tiles.
I've been given permission to demonstrate firing the cannon.
The user can use this glass display to control the tank. Very futuristic!
As you can see the cannon has a very high recoil. I forgot to strap myself in, unfortunately.
A purchase of a cannon will also come with a large supply of these tanks. However, if you run out, you will have to buy refills.
Consider purchasing this product through Boe Model Commissioning. However, because of the large parts selection and count, it willl most likely be a big price.
The structure of the cannon is both sleek and powerful! I like the glass view screen on the Operator's seat. I also like the mix between all sorts of grey, and the trans blue elements on the rods and stuff make the weapon look more advanced and futuristic. Great job, and what a great 1st product. Looking forward to the theme. Keep on brickin'!