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Triggernometry

A Gallery of Gunfighters

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Triggernometry by Eugene Cunningham
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Description

In this volume, Eugene Cunningham collects - in his "gallery" - biographies of nearly a score of master gunfighters, including such notables as John Wesley Hardin, Billy the Kid, Dallas Stoudenmire, Sam Bass, Wild Bill Hickok, Butch Cassidy and Tom Horn. His final chapter, "Triggernometry", remains an interesting discussion of the gunfighters' expertise with the fast draw, the "road-agent's spin", pistol fanning, the "border shift", "rolling" and "pinwheeling", and the use of various holsters and harnesses. This new edition includes an extensive introduction and updated bibliography by Joseph G. Rosa. Discussing in detail the types of pistols used by the gunfighters, their speed and accuracy in gunfights, and the qualities of a deadly gunfighter, Rosa also provides new information on many of the more prominent gunfighters in Cunningham's gallery.

Author Biography

Eugene Cunningham was the author of over fifteen works of fiction and nonfiction on the American West.
Release date Australia
January 1st, 1996
Contributors
Foreword by Eugene Manlove Rhodes Introduction by Joseph G Rosa
Country of Publication
United States
Edition
New edition
Illustrations
bibliography, 21 illustrations
Imprint
University of Oklahoma Press
Pages
446
Dimensions
140x215x28
ISBN-13
9780806128375
Product ID
3904031

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