Two gunslingers known as Jingo and the Parson form a two-man army in Tower Creek to deal with the dangerous Rankin brothers in a conflict over a dishonest poker game. Wally Rankin, a gambler, is one of the players and because he is losing to Jingo, resorts to marking the cards. Jingo spots the action and accuses Wally Rankin of cheating. In the ensuing gun fight, Wally is shot in both shoulders. Subsequently, the sheriff advices Jingo that Wally’s older brother will probably be hunting for him. A game of cat and mouse begins. One of many recommended westerns by Frederick Schiller Faust.