Standard military dimensions and finish, 69 caliber smooth-bore, all top quality parts. The barrel came from Colerain, the lock parts and other castings from the Rifle Shoppe, the wood from Dunlap.
The perfect musket for an early Southern recruit in the first battles of the Civil War. There were many flint muskets used early on and were favored by many. They were faster than a percussion musket simply because you didn’t have to fish out and fit a cap to make it fire. Perfect for the Battle of Bull Run on the Southron side.