In the remote parts of the West where law and order was unheard of, a man's best friend and main hope for salvation was his gun. It was an integral part of his life, and most men who lived and died by the gun were a breed apart. In their own time, they were generally called gunfighters-part man, part myth. A dynamic and evocative design, this illustrated, full color book brings the ever-fascinating wild west to life.
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About the Author
Born in Chicago, Illinois, Al Camino's fascination with the West befan when he visted Tombstone, Arizona, and became captivated by western history. He is the author of a large number of historical western biographies.