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Often it would develop into a shootout where both men bolted for cover.In popular folklore, men who held noteworthy reputations as a gunfighter were eager to match up against another gunman with the same reputation.A gunfighter could be an outlaw—a robber or murderer who took advantage of the wilderness of the frontier to hide from genteel society and to make periodic raids on it.The gunfighter could also be an agent of the state, archetypically a lone avenger, but more often a sheriff, whose duty was to face the outlaw and bring him to justice or to personally administer it.When a gunman did square off, it rarely was with another gunfighter.Gunslingers usually gave each other a wide berth, and it was uncommon for two well-known gunslingers to face off.The gunslinger's reputation often was as valuable as any skills possessed.
Even other gunslingers were likely to avoid any unnecessary confrontation. Some gunslingers, such as Bat Masterson, actively engaged in self-promotion.
Johnny Ringo built a reputation as a gunslinger while never taking part in a gunfight or killing unarmed civilians.
Most gunfights are portrayed in films or books as having two men square off, waiting for one to make the first move. Often, a gunfight was spur-of-the-moment, with one drawing his pistol, and the other reacting.
The Cowboy Action Shooting activity is run by the Eldorado Cowboys who are associated with the Single Action Shooting Society (SASS).
Cowboy Action Shooting is a multi-faceted shooting sport in which contestants compete with firearms typical of those used in the taming of the Old West: single action revolvers, pistol caliber lever-action rifles, and old-time shotguns.