The A1 Quickdraw Bounty Hunter Holster by Circle KB. Back in the day, the West had many professional man hunters, with many of the best operating in Utah Territory. Porter Rockwell was well known for his ability to "bring his man back." Also, William Bill Hickman. Both men, at one time or another, served as United States Deputy Marshals, as well as holding other positions in law enforcement.
However, not all man hunters served in law enforcement positions. Many of the best and most dedicated were "Bounty Hunters" operating throughout the west, running their quarry to the ground for the reward on his head. Tom Horn, who operated in Brown's Hole and was hired by the cattlemen to drive the cattle rustlers from the country...Bob Meldrum, who performed many of the same services as Horn. Meldrum was said to be an alcoholic, usually drunk while working, while Horn was said to never touch liquor on the job. It didn't matter much, however, as the men they shot were just as dead, one way or the other.
By Sheriff Ray Haueter. From reprint in the Utah Peace Officer Vol. 78 Issue