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Colt Army Revolver: The Life and Times of a Gunman

Richard Smelter

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ISBN 10: 059542113X / ISBN 13: 9780595421138
Published by iUniverse, Inc., 2007
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Title: Colt Army Revolver: The Life and Times of a ...

Publisher: iUniverse, Inc.

Publication Date: 2007

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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Fresh off a failed Nebraska farm, seventeen-year-old William J. Buckmeister is looking for adventure and enlists in the fabled U.S. 7th Cavalry just prior to General Custer's ill-fated campaign of 1876. He is issued the standard Colt 1873 Single Action Army revolver, a firearm he will carry with him throughout his life, and one that will soon define him.Through long hours of practice, "Buck" masters the art of the fast draw. After an injury forces him out of the army, he tumbles headlong into the rough and dangerous outlaw world. Shooting and killing his way across the untamed western territories, he soon establishes a reputation as one of the deadliest "shootists" of the Old West.As the twentieth century approaches, Buck struggles to adjust to modernity but finds himself drawn deeper into a life marked by criminal activity, violence, and chronic depression. Even the love of his wife Maggie, a suffragette and political activist, cannot calm the turmoil that rages within him. Forced out of Prohibition-era Chicago, Buck returns to the Windy City in the sunset of his long life, only to find that his phenomenal skills with the Army Colt will be called upon in a final, bloody confrontation-one that may be his last chance for redemption.

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Richard Smelter has been a published author for over twenty years, generally in the field of education. A retired school administrator, he teaches college-level history courses and resides in a suburb of Chicago.

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