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Re: [Weapons] American Revolution
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The militia of that region could have had several weapons but most likely it would have been a smooth bore flintlock musket between .69 and .75 caliber depending on the type.

The short-land pattern (2nd model “Brown Bess”) was the weapon used by most members of the British Army and was also a very popular gun among the colonists prior to hostilities. It was 0.75 caliber and here is a good example:

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