This the only American battalion I currently have that is entirely clothed in hunting shirts. The 11th Virginia Regiment was raised in September 1776 and incorporated Daniel Morgan's rifle company and various other independent rifle-armed units. Morgan was initially appointed colonel. The11th Virginia fought at Brandywine, Germantown and Monmouth. In May 1779 the battalion was redesignated as the 7th Virginia Regiment. I do not think that this is the same unit as "Morgan's Riflemen", a corps of 500 riflemen which was formed on the orders of George Washington in the summer of 1777, fought in the Saratoga campaign and was disbanded in early 1778, but I could be wrong. If these are two separate units then I suppose it is possible, if not probable, that Morgan took experienced men from the 11th Virginia into his new rifle corps.
I modelled this unit in hunting shirts of various hues as that look seemed best for a collection of individual rifle companies from Virginia. Although most of the figures are in fact musket-armed, at the far right of the line are 4 figures from the Perry skimishing riflemen packs. A close-up of those figures is shown below. The excellent flag is from GMB and I thought it deserved a close-up. 16 figures. Painted March 2006.