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8 Gunslingers From The Old West

Schuyler J. Dievendorf | 5 Jun 2014 16:53
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Pat Garrett got his start as a lawman and gunslinger in 1880 when he became sheriff of Lincoln County, New Mexico. He made his name when he shot and killed Billy the Kid one year later in 1881. After that career defining moment he went on to become friends with Theodore Roosevelt, who appointed him as customs collector in El Paso, Texas.

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