John Wesley Hardin & Wyatt Earp

John Wesley Hardin (May 26, 1853—August 19, 1895) was an American outlaw, gunfighter, and controversial folk hero of the Old West. Wyatt Berry Stapp Earp (March 19, 1848 – January 13, 1929) was an American investor and law enforcement officer who served in several Western frontier towns. 3.3/5

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THE MARTIAL ARTIST AND THE GUNSLINGER by Phillip Starr Gunfights in the American “Wild West” didn't really feature two iron-jawed gunmen facing off on the main street of town. The only recorded instance of such a “classical” fight occurred between a very young Wyatt Earp and another gentleman who obviously didn't survive. But there were certainly a large number of violent men who relied on their guts and skill with a six-shooter (or whatever other weapons they could get their hands on) to get what they wanted. Some were lawmen, some were criminals, and some bounced back and forth between the two. Men such as John Wesley Hardin, John Henry “Doc” Holliday, Bat Masterson, and William “Billy the Kid” Bonnie, and a host of others became legends in their own time. Of course, none of them had ever heard of traditional martial arts, but there is something we can learn from them. None of them would think twice when it came to killing an enemy. Were you to face one of them with a “Peacemaker ...
A LITTLE BIT OF HISTORY SURROUNDING BLESSING TX: FYI: FIGHTING It was during the last half of the nineteenth century that all of the famous gunfighters and lawmen were made famous through dime novels and movies. Before the completion of the transcontinental railroad, Texas Oklahoma and Kansas were the frontier areas. Most people carried guns and were not overly concerned about how they used them. Wyatt Earp and Ben Thompson were real gunslingers on the side of the law. John Wesley Hardin was an outlaw killer on the other side of the law. (By age 19, Hardin had killed at least 21 men not counting Blacks or Mexicans!) 9 Shanghai believed in fighting with money and didn't "take much to scrappin'." He often said "Just give me 30 minutes and I can talk any Man out of a fight." 2. On another occasion he was overheard saying "By heaven, young man, if I stopped to fight with everyone who cussed me I'd be fighting all the time and I wouldn't have time to take their money!"7 While on the range Shanghai wandered int ...
I'm with you. Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday. John Wesley Hardin. And being able to carry a gun on your hip. AZDaniel27
Did you know that the likes of Billy the Kid, Wyatt Earp, Pat Garrett, John Wesley Hardin, and Pancho Villa have all sauntered down El Paso St here in downtown El Paso? Our fair city used to be called "Six Shooter Capital" because of its lawlessness. Kinda makes Mesilla seem a little yellow bellied to me.Get Downtown, and Eat at Kipps.
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