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2 Bullets Till Sunrise by Joel LaFlamme

(Western) - A hired gunman is unable to complete his final job and is forced to protect the man he swore to kill. 100 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

The 7 of April by Joel LaFlamme

(Western) - A retelling of The Seven Samurai and The magnificent Seven, set during WW2 during the American invasion of Okinawa. 102 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

Above The Law by Michael Spreadbury

(Western) - Sometimes old friends can become your worst enemies. 89 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

Annie Young's Journey by Patrice Thomas

(Western) - Annie, a young black widow, joins a wagon train headed west to claim the 160 acres of land purchased by her late husband. When she arrives, she's faced with a banker's bigotry as an unexpected ally, and a new love she never saw coming. 149 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

At Peace With War by Thomas Tamburello

(Western) - "If you want peace, plan for war." 128 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

The Borderline by Murray Williams

(Western) - Retired gunfighter Alamo Brock has turned in his guns for the quiet life of a rancher. But when his family is brutally murdered, he seeks revenge on his attackers. Rescued by a mystical, white horse, Alamo teams up with a U.S. Marshal, who also wants justice. But vengeance and justice are different. Or are they? An epic western loaded with action and suspense, The Borderline will have you on the edge of your seat from the first frame, until the final, spine-tingling climax. 120 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

Branding Shoot by David Redstone

(Western) - An odd set of circumstances occurring in the American Old West catapults a loner cowboy into the twenty-first century. Western gunfights all based upon historical events. 100 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

Broken Justice by Chris Francis

(Western) - 1882 in the Wild West, a mysterious man recruits 3 talented individuals to infiltrate a former Confederate Fort with the promise of riches. They soon find however that there's much more motivating the mission than first thought. 116 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

Brother's Keeper by John Iannucci

(Western) - Searching for his outlaw brother for unknown reasons, a Texas ranger runs into an evil land Barron and a widow he develops feelings for. Now, he must decide what is important to him. 113 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

Django Returns by Harguide Hutchinson

(Western) - Django enters the town of Stillwater searching for his family's killer ... dragging a coffin -- unnerving the townspeople and causing apprehension among the lawless. 112 pages (doc) - Discuss this script

Dust and Roses by Daniel Meade (electricsatori)

(Western, Short Western, Short Bloody Western) - Jim Curtis returns to the town where his wife died. He's back for vengeance. 7 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

End of the Line by Kris Simonian

(Western) - A charming, former Union soldier with a history of violence arrives in a small town on the verge of a violent revolt between a corrupt railroad official and the townspeople. 97 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

The Fastest Guns In The West by Graeme Beresford (bez)

(Western) - Two outlaws perform the feared and respected 10 paces duel. Two bags lye either side of them. Who are they? What are their stories? What is in the bags? An elderly barman called Samuel will talk us through. But does he himself have a history with these outlaws? How does it end? How does it come to this? (pdf) - Discuss this script

Fool's Gold by Tyler Hawkins (Tanthony)

(Western, Adventure) - A young man and his family members embark on a dangerous expedition to find gold. 100 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

Serpentine Pass by Jose L. Villanueva

(Western) - New Mexico, 1880's. A fearless bounty hunter who wanders the landscape looking for criminals finds out about a slain family. For reasons we learn, he takes it upon himself to seek the one man responsible for their deaths. After losing all hope, he receives some news that might lead him to the man. 112 pages. (pdf) - Discuss this script

The Four by Lawrence Watson (lawrence142002)

(Western) - A gentleman gunfighter is accused of stealing a gold shipment headed to Ft. Knox. Chasing him is a vengeful old Colonel who also hires a legendary Marshal to track him. The gunfighter runs into an old friend and a new face who offer to defend him. But things are not as they seem. Who really took the gold? (rtf) - Discuss this script

Gehenna by Aaron Guzzo (scuzzos) & Craig Hissong

(Western) - God and the Devil settle their score once and for all in the American Old West. 106 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

The Giant Elk by Ayham Saati

(Western) - Two old enemies, Man and Animal, meet again for a final showdown. 80 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

The Guns by David Baughn and Jim Prince

(Western) - Western chalk full of action and surprises. 95 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

Ideal Truth by John Staats

(Western) - A murder trial results in conflicting eyewitness accounts and confessions. Whose truth is absolute and does it matter if the murderer confesses? 57 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

Impasse by John Staats

(Western) - Ambushed and besieged, a U.S. Cavalry command is outnumbered with little hope of rescue. Heroism and sacrifice are their last lines of defense. Based on the most decorated single battle in U.S. Military history. 98 pages

Now available as an e-book on Amazon Kindle! Just in time for Christmas! HO-HO-HO! (pdf) - Discuss this script

In The Land of Burnt Out Fires by Jose L. Villanueva

(Western) - Inspired by the Modoc War of 1872-73. The Modoc indians could barely survive on the poor reservation given to them by the government in 1864. In 1872, a small group escaped from the reservation and headed back to their homeland. With the army in pursuit, they fled to the Land of Burnt Out Fires, a lava bed formed by an extinct volcano. Captain Jack and his small band of about 150 poorly armed warriors was able to hold out for six months battling the U.S. cavalry. (pdf) - Discuss this script

Jonah Hex: The Six Guns by James Fisher

(Western) - After capturing a train robber, the legendary bounty hunter finds himself hunted by a team of assassins and a person from his past bent on vengeance. 90 pages. (pdf) - Discuss this script

The Killing Man by Thomas Jamieson

(Western) - A bounty hunter pursues an elusive serial killer through Gold Rush San Francisco, but the line between hunter and hunted starts to blur in the ultimate fight for survival. 103 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

The Last Gunfight by Charles C Brooks

(Western) - This is the story of a notorious aging gunfighter, Mark Slade, who mentors a young up-and-coming gunfighter, Lee Craft. The older gunfighter, along with the young gunfighter and his tag-along girlfriend, Cass Sloan, take on a relationship similar to the trio in the 1986 film, 'The Color of Money.' (pdf) - Discuss this script

Legacy Earned by D Scott Mangione

(Western) - A Spanish Don is sent to eighteenth-century San Antonio to construct the Missions. He must overcome the wilderness and Comanche to reunite with his fiancee and establish his family's legacy. 121 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

Lone Ranger: Silver Justice, The by Jeremy S. Noe (Jerrynoe_71)

(Western) - John Reid returns home from law school and rides with his father and brother, both Texas Rangers who are after Brent Collins, a vicious outlaw that heads The Sagebrush Gang. But the gang leads them into a narrow canyon and ambushes them, killing all but John, who is saved in the nick of time by Tonto. He nurses John back to health and together they ride side by side, searching for the man responsible for the murder of his family and friends. Along the way, Tonto assists John in becoming the iconic hero...The Lone Ranger! 79 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

Longhair by Garry Skerrett

(Western, Drama) - American wild west show visiting Englands Victorian Industrial slums attracts local lad to join them. 135 pages (doc) - Discuss this script

Modern Western by Benjamin Pearce

(Western, Comedy) - Obsessed with western culture, wanna-b outlaws Iriam McDowell and Connor Wright clash and spread western violence throughout Pennsylvania, bringing the west to the east. But after they rob the same bank notorious outlaw Jimmy Orwell plans to rob, Orwell and his gang do everything in their power to find the two amateurs and kill them before they give the way of the outlaw a bad reputation. While all of this is going on, Sheriff Stalin is on the case of the bank robbery, and is also breaking the rules of the badge to find Iriam and Connor, not knowing infamous outlaw Jimmy Orwell and his gang are involved. 130 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

New York City Cowboys by John Schamus

(Western) - In 1917 a young Jew, born in the city, raised on a ranch in Colorado, returns to New York where he has to deal with gangsters, bank robbers and anti-Semitism while working as an extra on a Douglas Fairbanks, Sr. Western filmed in New Jersey. 115 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

No Beans in the Wheel by Cameron Dueker

(Western) - A young outlaw faces hard choices when his notoriety becomes the biggest threat to his gang's crime spree against banks in the Old Southwest. (pdf) - Discuss this script

The Outbound Limited by Kyle Carmean

(Western) - An ambitious U.S. Marshal must track down the infamous outlaw, Lewis Wolfinger before he robs a train loaded with two million in gold and escapes to Mexico, but in order to catch him he must team up with Wolfinger's fugitive ex-lover and avoid a ruthless bounty hunter. 100 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

Outlaws by Justin Swartz

(Western) - A group of unsavory outlaws battle over a saddlebag filled with cash in the Old West. A western/comedy in the tradition of "Take A Hard Ride." 100 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

The Red Cactus by Brian S. Thompson

(Western) - William P. Thornbush, 58, dying of thirst under the brutal Arizona sun, drinks the liquid from a cactus that gives him a second chance at life. 99 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

Red Storm by James McClung

(Western) - A nomadic bounty hunter is caught in the middle of a vicious power struggle while on the hunt for a faceless serial killer. 103 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

Red Sun by Brett Martin (electric dreamer)

(Western) - A double crossed thief and a honorable samurai form an uneasy alliance in order to recover a priceless stolen artifact and a fortune in gold. 101 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

Rogue Lawman: The Hanging Tree by Peter Brandvold

(Western) - After his son is hanged by demented outlaw "Three Fingers" Ned Meade, and his bereaved wife commits suicide, a deputy U.S. marshal in the frontier west goes rogue to handle Meade and all other outlaws the criminal justice system is too weak to stand against. Based on the bestselling series of novels by Peter Brandvold. 109 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

Rough Riders by Arthur Martin Jr.

(Western, Family) - An Arizona Judge, tired of the revolving doors for young offenders created by the system, develops his own brand of rehab. His solution turns out to be poignant and permanent! 118 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

Rufus Buck Gang by Norman Jones

(Western) - While statehood for Oklahoma territory was being debated in the halls of congress, Oklahoma territory settlers were being terrorized by a band of four Black Creek Indians and one full Black. The gang led by RUFUS BUCK, killed, raped and robbed more people than Billy the Kid and the James Gang combined. 128 pages (doc) - Discuss this script

Seven Deaths of Lighthouse, The by Kyle Patrick Johnson

(Western) - Compelled by an unrelenting past, a mysterious recluse protects an Old West town unaided -- but the arrival of a vicious gang of outlaws unearths secrets and sparks a war. 115 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

Siskiyou Pines by Sarah E. Y. Miller

(Western) - Jane, a recent widow, struggles to keep her family and ranch together in 1880s Southern Oregon. 90 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

Suede by Sandra L

(Western) - Experience the Ultimate Bronco Bustin, Spirit Breakin, Bull Ridin Diva! And she can make two steppin look easy! Suede. Not Your Average Cowgirl! 72 pages (doc) - Discuss this script

Winterhaven by Steven Wood

(Western) - Winterhaven follows a sheriff and the arrival of a prisoner who carries with him a revelation that will change the lives of everyone involved. 76 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

The Wounded by Bill McIntyre

(Western, Drama, Humor) - The U.S. Civil War ends with hatred, murder and revenge infecting a divided Missouri family straining the limits of mercy, love and forgiveness. 124 pages (pdf) - Discuss this script

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