I’ve been doing a bit of order of battle research for the American Revolution in my limited free time. I worked out this order of battle for the Volley & Bayonet rules by Frank Chadwick. It uses the “Division Scale” rather than the “Regiment Scale” which is the defacto scale in the new Volley & Bayonet: Road to Glory rules. You can easily convert the order of battle to any other set of wargame rules you use. Basically most of the troops were average to better militia. The British Loyalist militia had plug (not socket) bayonets. The American Volunteers were Loyalist provincial troops (not regulars); they were armed with the Ferguson rifle, which did have a bayonet. None of the American/Rebel riflemen or the company of Loyalist militia riflemen had bayonets, but they did have tomahawks. Click on the link below for the complete file.
King’s Mountain (1780) Order of Battle for Volley & Bayonet