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The Gunslingers: Pilot 2 

The key to the west was the use of guns and their rapid development. The traditional quick draw gunfight was very rare in the west. If you wanted to shoot someone, you usually did it from ... See full summary »

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Tony Long

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Colin Campbell (additional writer)

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Episode cast overview:
Keith Carradine ... Himself - Host
Drew Gomber Drew Gomber ... Himself - Hubbard Museum, New Mexico
Greg Martin Greg Martin ... Himself - Historian, Martin Productions
Bob Boze Bell ... Himself - Executive Editor, True West Magazine
Peter Sherayko ... Himself - Western Historian and Author (as Peter Sherayako)
R.L. Wilson R.L. Wilson ... Himself - Historian and Author
Larry Zeug ... Himself - Western Historian and Gunsmith
Leon Metz Leon Metz ... Himself - Western Historian (as Leon Claire Metz)
Joey Rocketshoes Dillon ... Himself - World Champion Guntwirler (as Joey Dillon)
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The key to the west was the use of guns and their rapid development. The traditional quick draw gunfight was very rare in the west. If you wanted to shoot someone, you usually did it from cover or distance. The first recorded quick draw involved Wild Bill Hickock in Missouri in 1865. He was a fast and deadly accurate shooter. In 1836 the Colt Patterson revolver was introduced which started revolutionary changes in gun development. It played an important role in defending against Indians used bows and arrows which could be shot very fast and had developed tactics based on single shot guns that took time to reload. To produce the gun Colt created lathes, other tools, and used the assembly line to keep up with demand. Pistols changed rapidly for the next 30 years as technology improved. In 1854 the introduction of the self contained cartridge made repeating guns easier to develop and use. The Henry Rifle was the first practical repeating rifle introduced in 1860. It, too, had a major ... Written by Anonymous

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19 August 2003 (USA) See more »

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[discussing Billy the Kid's murder of Deputy Bob Ohlinger during his escape from jail]
Himself - Hubbard Museum, New Mexico: He got both barrels of his own shotgun in his head and neck. He was hit by 18 buckshot - which pretty much ended the relationship.
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