VG PB. Kimmel demolishes the idea of the so-called fast draw so often depicted by Hollywood & TV & delves into stories of old time. Horsemen and the long rides they claim to have made. He explains the limitations of horses and guns.
0966111524. 241 pages, pictorial wrappers, very good. 1st edition. From the cover, 'The author, a veteran member of the Western Writers of America, has collected a series of twenty-one lucky shots and twenty-one long rides from his readings and research. He demolishes the idea of the so called 'fast draw, ' as so often depicted by Hollywood and TV. In every case he uses the individual story to take us inside the character of the rider or shooter. He also delves into the preposterous stories of old time horsemen and the long rides they claim to have made. He explains the limitations of horses and guns. Fred N. Kimmel has owned five National Champion horses, participated for twenty years in Professional Rodeo as a team roper, and compiled an impressive records as a trap and skeet shooter. '
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