Excerpt from part II

The man looked over the Dogs shoulder for just a second, but the Dog had seen it and dropped to the ground, rolling sideways as an arrow flew where he had stood to embed itself in his opponents chest.
Getting up in the same motion the Dogs gun was in his hand as he looked at the other man leaning against a tree trying to notch another arrow.
A hammer cracked, the man looked up with a face filled with pain and fear. the Dog fired.

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