.36 caliber, 43.5" octagonal barrel, 5.25" flat lock with beveled edge. Gooseneck cock with flat surface. Engraved line borders the outside edges of the lock. Marked on the top flat of barrel Va 9 Regt, T over 9 Botetourt. Four-piece brass patchbox; brass buttplate, triggerguard, nosecap and ramrod ferrules. Walnut stock.
Barrel has a deep dark brown patina with some pitting around the touch hole and spreading to the top of barrel. Lock has even dark brown patina with some pitting mixing in. Brass has dark patina. Stock has an untouched red-to-black patina. The forward section of the stock has been expertly replaced and re-colored to match the rest of the stock. This was excellent restoration. Overall an excellent example of a very rare Virginia made rifle.