...Besides the import of firearms from Dubrovnik, Venice, grof Ulrich Celsk and Hungaria in Bosnia too, with help of foreign "masters and ingeneers", firearms were produced. Famous was Jorg, a maker of cannons who visited the Bosnian duke Stijepan.
In soth Bosnia, parts of south-west and south east Bosnia, weaponswere imported from Dubrovnik. North Bosnia, north west Bosnia and parts of north-east Bosnia were supplied by weapons of German and Hungarian origin, importet from Hungaria.
Cannons which were found near the town of Maglaj and Babina Sela near Bugojno are similar to the bombards which were found at the Beograd fort (half XV century) and the great bombard which was showed in the museum of Nurnberg. The guns (puske kukace) which were found at these places are of Hungarian model.
The picture of Hrvoje Vukcic from the Hrvojev Misal, and its armor, associates to two Ceh pictures from the end of XIV century.
The Bosnian knight weapons from the stecaks of Zgosce and Radimilije (horse equipement, armor, swords etc.) and from the pictures from Hrvojev misal, show to us that Bosnia was a country in which weaponery was almost at the level of western europe and those remainings show the Bosnian "western character" concerning the weaponery and medieval army...