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Dead Aim

Dead Aim

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Longueur: 114 pages1 heure

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First published in 1951, this book recounts the nostalgic antics of hell-raising pistol shooters of the 1930’s.

It is complete and unexpurgated and is the hot blasts of mirth from the shaky guns of Lee Echols, who fired for many years before World War II with the U.S. Treasury Department Pistol Team.

Lee Echols’ stock-in-trade was the business of making a pistol go whangety-bang with a fair degree of accuracy. However, this always had to take a back seat to his hell-raising antics and inspired tom-foolery, which had him known as the Clown Prince of pistoleers on every range in the Western Hemisphere.
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Dead Aim

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Dead Aim

Longueur: 114 pages1 heure

Description

First published in 1951, this book recounts the nostalgic antics of hell-raising pistol shooters of the 1930’s.

It is complete and unexpurgated and is the hot blasts of mirth from the shaky guns of Lee Echols, who fired for many years before World War II with the U.S. Treasury Department Pistol Team.

Lee Echols’ stock-in-trade was the business of making a pistol go whangety-bang with a fair degree of accuracy. However, this always had to take a back seat to his hell-raising antics and inspired tom-foolery, which had him known as the Clown Prince of pistoleers on every range in the Western Hemisphere.
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