The Shooters A Gallery of Notorious Gunmen from the American West With a scholar s authority and a storyteller s passion Leon Metz chronicles the lives of famous gunfighters like Billy the Kid Wyatt Earp and Wild Bill Hickok as well as lesser known desperadoes w

  • Title: The Shooters: A Gallery of Notorious Gunmen from the American West
  • Author: Leon Claire Metz
  • ISBN: 9780425154502
  • Page: 302
  • Format: Paperback
  • With a scholar s authority and a storyteller s passion, Leon Metz chronicles the lives of famous gunfighters like Billy the Kid, Wyatt Earp, and Wild Bill Hickok, as well as lesser known desperadoes who left just as many corpses and whiskey bottles in their wake Rich in detail, and woven with wit and insight, these fascinating portraits reveal The Shooters as they reallyWith a scholar s authority and a storyteller s passion, Leon Metz chronicles the lives of famous gunfighters like Billy the Kid, Wyatt Earp, and Wild Bill Hickok, as well as lesser known desperadoes who left just as many corpses and whiskey bottles in their wake Rich in detail, and woven with wit and insight, these fascinating portraits reveal The Shooters as they really lived, fought and died.

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    One thought on “The Shooters: A Gallery of Notorious Gunmen from the American West”

    1. There are a lot of books of this type around. You know, the books that give thumbnail biographies of old west lawmen and outlaws; the line between the two was often quite blurred and at times totally disregarded. In at least one case, the Hot Springs shootout, lawmen shot it out with each other. I've read a lot of these books, and this is one of the better ones.Metz doesn't glorify the gunman. He starts right out by saying that the gunfighter of TV and the big screen is a myth. Far fewer people [...]

    2. Didn't finish this one. It became clear from the get go that the author was more interested in laying out his own idea about "how things really were" than in just telling the stories.Metz is well known and I suppose the "who are you to disagree" argument could be aimed at meokay, feel free. I'm not saying that he's incorrect, just that he's more involved in his opinions here. Just my take. I burned out quick with a feeling of fatigue from the attitude I was getting through the text.Try the book [...]

    3. More recent view of the old West gunslingers originally covered in Cunningham s Triggernometry written in the thirties.

    4. Being from El Paso, TX, I found this to be an entertaining read. Knowing exactly where certain battles took place intrigued me.

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