Scissors type, .62 cal, round ball, which allowing for the patch, could accommodate the long rifles which were produced in calibers of about .50 and up.  7 ¾” length, finely made and finished by a gunsmith and as was provided with quality guns. Most molds of the period were made by blacksmiths and finished to a much lower standard. See Neumann p.192 and The Book of the Continental Soldier, p.75. 
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