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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Philip B Sharpe; Nicholas Eggenhofer; Bennett Foster; Wayne D Overholser
|Notes:||September 27, 1941.
Cover illustration by Harold Winfield Scott.
Illustration on pages 47, 71 were drawn by F. Kramer.
Illustration on pages 57, 82, 101 were drawn by Nicholas Eggenhofer.
|Description:||130 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||"Gun hands of Truchas Basin", "When Huffy starts slammin' lead at us, you move in on him!" That was the order flung at Lat Kinsey by the man who hired his guns. But, after his life-draining years in Yuma, Lat's stake in that death-haunted Truchas range was far more than thirty a month and grub, by Harry F. Olmsted, pg. 9.---"The Mexican saddle", It was sheer madness for two gringos to challenge that hellish crew of border rats, but with Marilee Clark's life in danger Jim Barre and his pard were depending on no allies but their own smoking guns!, by Bennett Foster, pg. 101.---"Showdown at Split Rock", Hal Truman held the high cards in Split Rock's game of range poker but he knew he could only lift the jackpot with a pair of lead-spitting sixes, by Wayne D. Overholser, pg. 47.---"Cow-country challenge", Wes Carlyle swore he'd never lift a gun to keep Texas invaders out of Buffalo Basin but could he refuse to fight for his own spread, hard-scrabble, two-bit patch though it was?, by James C. Lynch, pg. 61.---"The killing at Eagle Gap", Duff Madson needed plenty of trouble savvy to read sign on a dry-gulcher whose back trail was fogged with swirling gun smoke!, by Ray Palmer Tracy, pg. 70.---"Lobo's salvation", Pat Bagline had been a lone wolf of the Outlaw Trail so long it took a six-gun reckoning to make him realize what his silent pardner meant to him, by Ralph Berard, pg. 82.---"Desert water", Hank Smith really started going places when he trusted his future as a cattleman to a desert-wise old longhorn, by Jim West, pg. 57.---"Range savvy", --
Cattle country facts and legends, by Carl Raht, pg. 69.---"The roundup", by The editor, pg. 5.---"Guns and gunners", by Phil Sharpe, pg. 91.---"Mines and mining", by John A. Thompson, pg. 93.---"The hollow tree", by Helen Rivers, pg. 95.---"Where to go and how to get there", by John North, pg. 97.---"Missing", pg. 99.