The Bummers Gang was a western outlaw gang who operated in the Colorado Territory between 1855 to 1860. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bummers Gang"
Hole-in-the-Wall Gang, a gang in the American Wild West, took its name from the Hole-in-the-Wall Pass in Johnson County, Wyoming, where the Gang had one of its hideouts. The Gang included such infamous desperadoes as Jesse James, the Logan Brothers, "Laughing" Sam Carey, Black Jack Ketchum and George "Flat Nose" Currie. Near the end of the 19th century Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch also joined the Hole-in-the-Wall Gang. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hole in the Wall Gang"
The James-Younger Gang was a legendary 19th Century gang of American outlaws that included Jesse James. ...more on Wikipedia about "James-Younger gang"
The McCanles were known as an outlaw gang in the early 1860s that was wanted for alleged train robbery, murder, bank robbery, cattle rustling, and horse theft. However, there are questions surrounding the veracity of this. Some of its members were killed by Wild Bill Hickok in 1861 although many claim they were innocent and their only crime was to cross paths with "Wild Bill" Hickok. ...more on Wikipedia about "McCanles Gang"
The Rufus Buck Gang was an outlaw gang of five Creek Indians who operated in the Indian Territory of the Arkansas- Oklahoma area from 1895 to 1896. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rufus Buck Gang"
A shootout is a gun battle between armed groups or opposing factions. A shootout often, but not necessarily, pits law enforcement against criminal elements. A shootout may also involve two groups outside of law enforcement, such as rival gangs. A shootout in a military context (i.e., regularly constituted armed forces or even guerilla or insurgent forces) would usually be considered a battle rather than a shootout. ...more on Wikipedia about "Shootout"
The Wild Bunch, also known as the Doolin–Dalton Gang, was a group of outlaws based in Indian Territory, that terrorized Indian Territory, Kansas, Oklahoma Territory, Arkansas, and Missouri during the 1890s—robbing banks and stores, holding up trains, and killing lawmen. ...more on Wikipedia about "Wild Bunch"
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