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In which situation is the broadside more preferable than every gun firing on their own time?
Mathematically, a ship should be able to fire more shots if each of the cannons fire at their fastest speed, instead of waiting for everyone to be ready, but it seems that a broadside is sometimes ...
Aug 22 '12 at 2:39
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