If it weren’t for the Texas Rangers, Texas probably wouldn’t be a state today. These wild, eccentric frontiersman rode into battle on crippled legs, gun wound shortened arms, shot horseshoes out of cannons and did whatever it took to get the job done and win independence from Mexico. Meet the real Walker, Texas Ranger, meet the man who brought down Bonnie and Clyde, and learn some gritty Texas history along the way. Timesuck goes deep in the heart of Texas to tell Texas-sized tales of it’s first and fierce lawmen.
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The Battle of San Jacinto
Twin sister cannon replicas (horse’s feet inside?)
Ben McCulloch wearing some of that velvet
Robert McGee after the worst haircut of his life
Sam Walker thinking about making a bigger revolver
Texas Rangers, Company D, 1894
Frank Hamer and Ranger buddies looking tough AF
First Ranger Captain “Three-legged Willie”