A British Soldier loads and fires his musket, a period firearm. He looks over to another soldier standing nearby with a cocky heir as if to be bragging. The second soldier extends his open hand and rocks it quickly with a grimace on his face recognizing he can do better and the firing of the musket was merely, okay.
He proceeds to fire a mortar, a small canon. The first soldier recoils in shame realizing he has been outdone. The second soldier stands beside him with an heir of confidence. They both look to a third soldier across the grounds who shrugs and nods appearing unimpressed. The third soldier walks over to yet a larger cannon and proceeds to fire if off.
The camera pans to soldiers one and two who both hang their heads in shame at their defeat. Soldier three proudly sticks his stake in the ground in bragging fashion wiping his hands repeatedly with confidence as if to signal his efforts were limited.
Title reads "Bringing out the Big Guns"