Giant Kid's Gunfight


By Jack Raymond

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Giant Kid they called him.

The Giant Child.

Everything about Giant Kid was basically a little too big for this world.

He was a man so huge and enormous that there was no horse on which he could have ridden. He was simply too heavy. And if he rode a wagon, it had to be a two-in-hand. There was no other way. He was simply a giant. A very strong giant. Someone said they saw the Giant Kid lift a horse-drawn wagon and throw it to the ground in a rage. The wagon was so broken that it could not be repaired.

Giant Kid was so big that there wasn't a door he didn't have to duck his head in.

He couldn't use a revolver or a Winchester. His fingers were too big and thick to fit through the bracket on the trigger.

Giant Kid's Gunfight