Had the 1876 Winchester cal. 40-60wcf at the 100yd. range today for a check of the sights .The load today was 40-60wcf Jamison brass Lg. rifle primer std. 55gr. Swiss 2ff bp. by volume and the Winchester mould cast 210gr. soft lead bullet @ .406. Home lube bees wax tallow and olive oil mix. Shot the old rifle Circa 1884 off the sand bags for this group the 5 shot group at top of target. I'd say the old 76 is ready for the up-coming hunt. DT.
I wear them along with hobnails on my WWI and WWII German boots. they work fine if you know where your center of balance is. However all bets are off on tile floors. and My wife has a few colorful things to say about them in relation to our kitchen floor.
I'm gonna guess that "buckskin coat is more likely a sheep or buffalo skin turned inside and leaving the underside turned out to produce the fluffy cuffs and collar. I'll also guess that the footwear may be moccasins but probably the higher ankle or calf-height version. Certainly the plainer more utilitarian look is what I have in mind.