Cattlemen, homesteaders, and hired killers fight wage a deadly range war.
Jim Embree, a foreman of Spanish Spur, knew that War Bow Valley was the key to the whole ranger and feared that only six-guns would buy it. Penn Drummond own the country and wanted the valley, too. So did the farmers like Tom Houghton, a rugged pioneer who knew how to fight. So Drummond started a war that wouldn't end until the last man was standing. Jim was determined to be that man.