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  • For the rest, he wore a faded Sapper jacket and a wideawake hat, with a black sash round his hips; when he turned I saw he had one of the new long-barrelled Remington .44 revolvers reversed through the sash over his right rump, - a gunfighter's gun, with the foresight filed away, if you please.

    Watershed

  • Meanwhile, Dirty Harry, Death Wish, and similar action yarns ultimately embrace the gunfighter's moral clarity.

    Vigilantes

  • Harrison pictured the little girl holding on to a gunfighter's hand.

    For The Roses

  • It should have come out crisp as a western gunfighter's threat.

    The Vatican Rip

  • With me also went every secret of the gunfighter's trade taught me by Brantner and Jeter, constant, uncounted hours of practice, and, still in my twenties, the lightning reflexes of youth.

    Will

  • She's petite, obviously female, and she doesn't have a great gunfighter's scowl because she's just too darned friendly.

    HeraldNet.com Local, Sports, Business and Entertainment News

  • The judge's table was at the pillar, in what I call the gunfighter's seat.

    World Socialist Web Site

  • Wallabies tight five must do their job against England ANY prop running on for a Test match must employ the gunfighter's theory of getting your man before he gets you.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • King's third volume on Roland the gunfighter's search for the Dark Tower offers charming bits of whimsy, some splendidly tense moments and one rip-roaring horror scene.

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  • Times changed, and the gunfighter's days were numbered as law and order came to town.

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