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The Way West (1955)

might be dangerous now he had a rifle in his hand and importance in his chest.
Summers got off the ground. "I swear, McBee," he said, "I don't know why someone ain't kilt youl"
McBee hitched his rifle up, his eyes rounder than before. "It's rules. 'Y God, I got my duty to do."
" Tell Tadlock," Evans said.
Summers caught a twitch in McBee's face. He saw the muzzle of the rifle, not quite pointed at him, begin to make a little nervous circle. Scared, McBee was, but trapped in his pride, the mind whirling and the finger shaky on the trigger.
Summers made his voice soft. "Lookit, now, McBee," he said. "We ain't huntin' trouble." He pointed to Rock. "Look at this old dog-"
It was easy. As McBee's gaze turned, Summers jumped ahead and made a sweep with his hand and wrenched the rifle away. McBee half fell, trying to hold on to it, and then got his feet under him and backed up a step. Summers could see the inside of his mouth through the mat of whiskers.
" You ain't gonna get away with thisl" McBee's voice came out high and womanish.
" Like Evans said, you go tell Tadlock."
" I'll tell him all right." McBee shuffled off, toward the center of the camp, looking back at them once over his shoulder.
" We'll have to watch him now," Evans said. "Yep..'
" There wasn't any reason for you to bust in," Evans said. "I would've made out-but not so fast."
" Sure. I just acted sudden. Rememberin' that black dog got me riled, I reckon."

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