Unrated | | Western
The story of a man who was shot, robbed and imprisoned who returns to steal a large gold shipment from the man who wronged him. The gold is transported in an armored stage coach, the War Wagon.
The type of Gatling Gun used on the War Wagon employs a long stick magazine to feed the bullets into the gun. This magazine attaches to the top of the gun perpendicular to the barrels. The design of the war wagon's gun turret leaves no room for the magazine and when the gun is firing it is obvious that no magazine is attached.
Sheriff! Taw Jackson's back in town!
Sheriff Strike: You sure?
Hoag: Well, he's ridin' down the street right now, big as life.
When Taw is standing by the front of Wes' wagon and notices the loose gold near Wes's hiding spot, he turns back to the rest of the gang. When the camera angle changes he turns back towards the gang again.