Pioche, Nevada: A taste of the Old West

Gunslingers, mayhem, rigged court trials, and gun battles between mine owners and claim jumpers established Pioche, Nevada as one of the wildest mining camps in the West. Located 400 miles from the nearest law enforcement, Pioche residents determined right from wrong – or rather the powerful over the weak – by the rule of the…

Tombstone, AZ: America’s Second Amendment City

Squatting among the sagebrush and creosote of southeastern Arizona’s desert, Tombstone forms one corner of a triangle along with Sierra Vista and Bisbee. Though the huge Fort Huachuca dominates the culture and economy of Siera Vista, Bisbee and Tombstone are still very much remnants of the gun-totin’ Wild West of Wyatt Earp. In fact, the…