Doc and Raider are the sharpshooting heroes of more than seventy top-selling Hardin westerns. Now Raider stars in a longer, wilder adventure of his own. When Doc finds a wife and a new way of life, Raider takes off after a cut-throat gang of train robbers. When he cons his way into the gang, word goes out that the famous Pinkerton man has turned outlaw.
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