I was totally cool with all the slander, smack talk, etc here but taking a shot at Tombstone is a bridge too far sir! Say what you will about the real Wyatt Warp, but you leave that gem of a movie out of this!Actually, stuff like that was invented by Hollywood.
A good example of that is Wyatt Earp. Most people today that THINK they know about the "gunfight at the OK Corral", are actually just remembering the highly-fictionalized movie "Tombstone", which in turn was based on previous highly-fictionalized movies and ultimately a highly-fictionalized book written shortly after Wyatt died, about 40 years after the fact.
The truth is, Wyatt Earp was not the central figure in that incident, he was not a legendary lawman, and he was not a skilled gunfighter. His brother Virgil was the Tombstone town marshal and a deputy U.S. marshal, and as a former Union soldier in the Civil War, was the only one there with any actual combat experience. Wyatt was mostly a pimp and a livestock thief, and the only shooting he'd ever been involved in prior to this incident, was when he and a group of other men shot at someone who was fleeing, in the dark. A bullet hit the man, but nobody knew who fired it, and although the guy died from it some significant period of time later, he died from infection.