His father gave him a gun to blast his way to manhood.... Tito Stanton knew he had left his boyhood behind forever when his father gave him the gleaming Navy Colt with its belt and holster, and told Tito he would need it now to protect what was theirs. Tito had learned the talent he was gifted with when the legendary gunfighter named Kinchloe taught him how to use a gun as very few even dreamed it could be used. Tito had his gun and now he had his choice. He could use it to back up the law. Or he could use it to go the way of the lawless. But one thing was sure. He would have to use it to kill....
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