The young bother ...


Potential 'spoiler' - don't read if you've yet to see this movie:

The brothers had a point about Ringo killing the kid "Weren't no more than a kid ..." as
Ringo demonstrated his ability to shoot someone in the hand to disarm them - exactly what he did out in the desert to one of the 3 older brothers. And he was presumably more stressed when he confronted the 3 (against one). Just an observation ...

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In the desert, his guns were already drawn and aimed. In the saloon, he had to draw, aim, and shoot, so he didn't have that extra time to attempt a non fatal shot. It was life or death. Just the way I view it.

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you are terribly mistaken; the brothers had no point at all.

any *actual* fighter fights with all of the overwhelming force he can muster.

gunfight or war, it is not a game; one does not allow his enemy to level the playing field, nor does he offer the opponent a single advantage.

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i agree

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