Most reviewers complain that this story doesn't relate at all to the historic Buffalo Bill. Of course, that's more or less true of many westerns of this era, in which the hero supposedly represents a historic icon of the West. Actually, in the beginning, Roy(Bill) and Gabby talk about their recent life as bison hunters in Kansas, and the poverty of bison in NM. Just why they gave up that to sign on as members of a surveying team in NM is not discussed. Thus, the remainder of the story is pure fiction.......There are 3 villains, one of them a qualified villain, who is used by the others. Renegade Comanche chief Akuna conspires with his half brother, Emelio Montez, foreman of the vast Regas rancho, to take advantage of the land survey to wrest the northern section from the Regases. The portion they want contains a secret gold deposit only the Comanche know about.........Along with Roy and Gabby, the tenderfoot Jerry Calhoun is in charge of the survey. They try to assure Don Regas and his daughter Tonia that it is unlikely that their survey will detect a problem with their land grant from the Spanish king. Montez plans to have a falsified survey report submitted that declares the region he wants open to other claims.........Each evening, Calhoun goes to the cantina to drink and gamble. Montez is there with his girlfriend, who keep encouraging Calhoun to gamble big money. Calhoun borrows a large sum from Montez to gamble with. He can't repay it when he loses. Thus, Montez offers that he will forget about the loan if Calhoun will doctor his survey report to indicate that Regas's northern section is not covered by his land grant........ Don Regas is flabbergasted that the survey report reads thus, and decides to go to Washington DC to plead his case. Meanwhile, Montez files a claim on this property, as Roy discovers. Montez and the Indians don't want him to get to the capital. Thus, they raid the stagecoach that carries Don Regas. The coach turns over as a result of it's haste. Don Regas survives little hurt, and climbs out, but is critically shot and left for dead. The sloppy attackers failed to make sure he was dead, and failed to take the land grant document with them. Thus, Mendez sends them back to look for the document. But, Don Regas's body has vanished. Montez guesses that the men who fired on his Indians took his body to the Regas hacienda. Thus, he sneaks into the hacienda at night, and check's out Regas's strong box, on the assumption that the land grant document would be replaced in it. He finds it empty, thus heads back to the Comanche encampment to organize an attack on the hacienda, burning it and killing the Regases. Roy and Gabby follow him. They enter a hut with just a tied up Calhoun occupant. Serendipitously, they find a bugle in the hut. Gabby, a one time army bugler, blows the cavalry call for attack. The Indians run to their horses, and make for the hacienda. .......Gabby rides to the fort to get help, while Roy and Calhoun ride to help defend the hacienda until the cavalry arrive. Montez sneaks into the hacienda and is looking for the Regases to murder. When Roy arrives inside, the two have a fight and guess which one presumably wins(We didn't see the ending). Meanwhile, the cavalry arrives and subdues the Indians outside. Gabby pulls out the bandana he found next to Don Degas's body, to put around a wound. Don Regas recognizes it as the bandana his land grant was written on!!(I didn't see anything?)......... As expected, Roy serenades Tonia to end the film.........See it at YouTube.