Ranger Jim Hatfield came to the border, knowing full well that once he crossed that line he would no longer have the authority of his badge. The only law would be gun law. He took off his badge and shoved it into his pocket. Then he tightened his belt, hitched his guns up higher and rode on. Somewhere in the barren wasteland that lay ahead of him was Morales, the most vicious gunman Texas had ever seen.Available only in Western 14.
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