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The Wild Bunch was a 1969 American epic Western film directed by Sam Peckinpah, about an aging outlaw gang on the Mexico–United States border trying to adapt to the changing modern world of 1913.
This movie may have inspired a competition known as the 'Wild Bunch' popularized by SASS (Single Action Shooting Society). For rules and regulations you can download the handbook below-
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This was an excellent old western and the following is a little bit of history:
The Wild Bunch (1896-1901) – Butch Cassidy’s bandit gang operated in Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Utah, and Nevada for nearly five years successfully robbing banks, trains, and stages throughout the area. The group which was usually made up of about ten people varied throughout the years in its members, as outlaws and girlfriends came and went. But the Wild Bunch, sometimes referred to as Butch Cassidy’s Gang or the Hole in the Wall Gang, was always led by Cassidy, whose real name was Robert Leroy Parker and Harry Longabaugh, better known as the “Sundance Kid.”
The gang utilized several hideouts including the Hole in the Wall in the southern Big Horn Mountains of Wyoming, Brown’s Hole in a desolate valley near the Wyoming, Colorado and Utah; and the Robber’s Roost located in the desert of southeastern Utah.
The gang also included Etta Place, Longabaugh’s girlfriend; Bill Carver; Ben “The Tall Texan” Kilpatrick; Kid Curry, Willard “the Mormon Kid” Christianson; George Curry; Laura Bullion, Elzy Lay, Tom “Peep” O’Day, Jesse Linsley, Annie Rogers, Lillie Davis, and others who came and went over the years.
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