The symbol of justice in the West was Dr Sixgun. The impressive tale is told by peddler Pablo,. The weather had been rainy for a week when we find Doc Sixgun drying out in the saloon after tending to his patients on the range. The rising river makes it difficult for deliveries to make it to town. At least for Charlie, and his overland stage coach. A fancy talking stranger breezes in with a business proposition.
The boasting, dandy dresser, Mr Kale has a tale to tell about his many successes and advice that made others rich. The rains keep coming, and O’Shea the bartender may be falling for some of that sweet sounding advice. The high water has temporarily made his business a monopoly.
Doc tries to convince O’Shea that Kale is crooked. Will an outright confrontation do the trick? Or does Mr Kale have a trick up his sleeve to draw on the honesty of the good Doctor?
O’Shea finds himself over a barrel when the rainy situation finds him out of whiskey. The Doc manages to play peace keeper, and the rain finally stops. Secrets come to light, and tempers flare. Has Mr Kale taken O’Shea’s money and run?Doc may have played his cards right to save the day, and trap a con man in his own trap. Or has he?