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What does GUN stand for?

GUN stands for Gunfighters (gaming organization)

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Family intrigue, a courtship, a post-war career as a dentist, all set the stage for how John Henry Holliday was to eventually become one of the most famous western gunfighters of his day.
The work details the struggle for law and order in Arizona from its earliest settlement until 1912 and follows the westward migration of gunfighters from Oklahoma, Texas, and elsewhere in the Southwest after the Civil War, with a focus on the development of southeastern Arizona, especially Tombstone; the Pleasant Valley War; the rise and fall of train robbers; the gunfight at the OK Corral; and the role of the Arizona Rangers in ending large-scale cattle rustling.
From the laughter within the precinct to the horror of child murders and sexual predators, Hunsaker gives the reader a chance to get right up close to smell the stink of human depravity in "Gunfights & Gunfighters," a remarkable, irreverent, conscience-shocking, sexually explicit, profane, exceedingly violent and bloody, unauthorized history of the Phoenix Police Department at its best and its worst.
DeArment has done in Deadly Dozen: Twelve Forgotten Gunfighters Of The Old West is to present the lives and deeds of twelve gunman who were important in their day, but never had the enduring notoriety of their more famous colleagues, competitors, and contemporaries.