Low-down, land-grabbin' sodbusters are fencing in the lush grazing country, and that makes the ranchers madder than a bee-stung bull. When they swear they'll kill the farmers, they haven't counted on young Cal Rutherford, a man with a will of steel and a shooting iron in each hand. He's ready to right some wrongs--Western style--or go down with guns blazing.
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