In artillery, grapeshot is a type of shot that is not one solid element, but a mass of
small metal balls or slugs packed tightly into a canvas bag. It was used both in ...
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6/7/2013, The copies are put directly onto the stack. They aren't cast and won't be
counted by other spells with storm cast later in the turn. 6/7/2013, Spells cast ...
Dec 5, 2006 ... This 3 pounder Revolutionary War replica is being fired with a round of grapeshot
Feb 2, 2016 ... To that end, London-based Ad tech firm Grapeshot has raised $8.5m in funding
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What is grapeshot? Grapeshot is an anti-personnel load for muzzle-loading
cannon of the gunpowder era. It consisted of a either a bag of musketballs, or a
Grapeshot, cannon charge consisting of small round balls, usually of lead or iron,
and used primarily as an antipersonnel weapon. Typically, the small iron balls ...
A cluster of small iron balls or other small projectiles, often contained in a canvas
bag, that scatter when fired from a cannon, formerly used as an antipersonnel ...
Grapeshot is a software company using advanced probability algorithms to
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Grapeshot definition, a cluster of small cast-iron balls formerly used as a charge
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