A young cowhand rides to the homestead with worrisome news. Britt Ponset has just ridden into town. What kind of family would consider the arrival of Britt as troublesome? A family with a gunslinger in it, that’s who. As the young fellows plan their confrontation, Britt offers a bit of voiceover as he makes his appearance in the town of Lockwood, and talks to it’s fair citezens. Word of the local gunslinger reaches Britt, and how he has been able to work around the law to kill his men. He forces his marks to draw first. Will Britt fall prey to his tactics of shooting in self defense?
The sheriff shares his concerns with Britt over the spectacle that the young gun has planned. Is there anything the aging lawman can do to intervene to keep the peace?
It’s an age old classic challenge of the upstart youngster trying to make a name for himself by taking on the well known, and longstanding champion. There’s no hard feelings, no bad blood, just a matter of proving manhood. A twist in the story comes when Britt is called on by Wes Singer’s grandma with a special request in how she wants to put an end to the ordeal. What is the answer to the desperate womans plea?
Being the good guy he is, Britt has no plans to kill the man, but he has the skills if he’s pushed. The trouble is that Wes is as every bit as fast as he claims. Will Britt be faster? Is he willing to stake his life on the outcome of the faceoff?
Get ready for a moment of classic, face to face, gunfighting drama. Who will walk away from the gun battle? Will there be a lesson learned in the tense ordeal of skill and nerve? Don’t be surprised if Britt doesn’t have a surprise ending to the tale.