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A Lawman for Life
Jeff Milton never wavered from serving the law.
A Violent 18 Months
Brack Cornett wreaked havoc across Texas in the late 1880s.
Aloha Rodeo breaks new ground in the history of the American cowboy, plus, a new chronicle of 20th-century Texas Rangers, Smith & Wesson artisanship, a Western scout biography and the latest adventure of entertainer-turned-sleuth Annie Oakley.
Outfoxing a Rustler
Next to fluctuating markets and drought the biggest concern facing cattlemen then and now was rustling.
Frank Hamer vs. Bonnie and Clyde
When the Barrow Gang seemed uncatchable in 1934, Texas turned to its greatest Ranger to track them down and bring them back, dead or alive.
The Best of the Texas Rangers in Fiction
The best review of the best book and best Western ever.
The Best of the Texas Rangers in Photos
There are many, many iconic images of the Texas Rangers, but here are my 12 favorites and why.
The Rangers Ride In
A Running Fight
The Evans Gang tried to run from the Rangers.
A Respected Lawman
Leander McNelly crossed political lines to serve the state.
A Frontier Favorite Lever Gun
With only one out of every five guns produced, the round-barreled 1873 Winchester—in rifle form—is one of the less common ’73s encountered. Here’s one that has served the author for decades as a collectible, as well as a straight-shooting repeater.
Eternal Texas Rangers
Review of Bob Alexander and Donaly E. Brice's
Texas Rangers: Lives, Legend, And Legacy.