3 edition of Wild Bill, the pistol dead shot; or, Dagger Don"s double found in the catalog.
Wild Bill, the pistol dead shot; or, Dagger Don"s double
|Series||Beadle"s New York dime library -- no. 168., Western Americana, 1550-1900 -- reel 281, no. 2798.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||87557418|
“Wild Bill” Hickok became a powerful and enduring image of a professional lawman and deadly gunfighter in the American West. He and others of his kind, like Wyatt Earp, Bill Tilghman, Bat Masterson, several Texas Rangers, and the Colts they carried, were significant agents of change from disorder and uncontrolled violence to a modicum of. Andrew "Buckshot" Roberts is probably best known for killing Charlie Sheen while taking a dump in Young actual story of that day is no less amazing. You see, Billy the Kid (the famous gunfighter and co-author of Bill and Ted's history report) and his gang the Regulators had a warrant for Roberts' arrest, implicating him in the murder of a rancher named John Tunstall, whom Billy used.
Dead Shot (Ex): At 7th level, as a full-round action, the gunslinger can take careful aim and pool all of her attack potential into a single, deadly shot. When she does this, she shoots the firearm at a single target, but makes as many attack rolls as she can, based on her base attack bonus. From under his coat, McCall pulled a double-action pistol, shouted “Take that!” and shot Wild Bill Hickok in the back of the head, killing him instantly. Hickok had been holding a pair of eights, and a pair of Aces, which has ever since been known as the “dead man’s hand.”.
Wild Bill slumps dead over and over, four times a day, all summer long. Saloon #10 displays other items, such the Poker Dead Man's Hand (8s and Aces) among the blackjack tables and slot machines. Exhibited above the floor is a two-headed calf labeled "Double Cheeseburger." Dummy heads of Wild Bill, Poker Alice, and others are mounted over the bar. 1. Thomas “Tom” Horn, Jr. (37 to 50 kills) Novem –Novem Respected lawman and Pinkerton detective Thomas Horn was in actuality one of the most cold-blooded killers of the Old making a name for himself as a scout and tracker in the late s, Tom was hired as a tracker, bounty hunter, and then promoted to detective by the famous Pinkerton Detective Agency.
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The book is not a biography of Wild Bill, Rosa doesnt talk about his childhood or go into a lot of detail about Wild Bill in the military This book goes deep on Hickok’s gun fights, giving the build up to the fight as well as the aftermath, the guns used, the “quick draw” style, as /5.
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Dr. Ellis T. Pierce prepared Hickok’s body for burial. He was also the source who claimed Hickok was holding two pairs of aces and eights when he was killed, the “Dead Man’s Hand” first publicized by Frank J.
Wilstach in his book, Wild Bill Hickok: The Prince of Pistoleers. – Courtesy William B. Secrest –. Judged by modern standards of marksmanship, Wild Bill Hickok was a poor shot.
Support for this judgment is found in the targets that have come down to us from frontier times - specifically, when those targets are compared with the targets that are being hit today on pistol ranges all across America. Wild Bill Hickok’s proficiency with a pistol is well known, but there remains some confusion concerning how he used his weapons and which ones he actually used.
Before and during Hickok’s lifetime (–), the most readily available firearms were cap-and-ball, or percussion. The Wild Gun [Sherman, Jory] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Wild Gun book reviews, editors' picks, and more at the Amazon Book Review.
Read it now “One of the premier storytellers of the American West.”—Don Coldsmith. I've actually read Kill Zone, Dead Shot, and Clean Kill. Simply put, Jack Coughlin does an EXCELLENT job of laying out the scenarios, the mental chess game, the risk/trade-space/options.
NICELY suspenseful, so much so I have continued reading the series. And I am looking forward to the 4th book in the series "An Act of Treason"/5. The Smith & Wesson Mo.2 supposedly on Wild Bill Hickok when he was murdered in Deadwood.
Photo courtesy Bonham's Auctioneers. On Nov. 18 Bonhams Auctioneers will sell a Smith & Wesson Model No. Wild Bill Hickok is shot from behind while playing poker at Nutall and Mann’s Saloon No. The man who pulled the trigger, Jack McCall, is acquitted of the murder the following day by a miner’s court with no jurisdiction.
McCall flees Deadwood but is eventually captured, convicted and hanged by the legal authorities of [ ].It was on this day more than years ago that a legendary gunfighter was born. Well, not the man himself -- he was literally born in May But the legend was born. Um, look, what I'm trying to say is that on J "Wild Bill" Hickok had his first gunfight, and at least one ma.
Born James Butler Hickok, Jack McCall was the opposite of Wild Bill. He was a decidedly nondescript man with a double chin and red face who sometimes went by the pseudonym Curly Jack.