The student vs. the groupie
Custer, two of his brothers, his nephew and a brother-in-law, along with more than two hundred troopers were killed in the span of about two hours on Sunday afternoon, June 25, 1876, by an onslaught of mostly Sioux, along with warriors from a few other tribes. Troopers in two other wings of the command a few miles away managed to keep the Indians at bay until they broke off their attack the next day when infantry and cavalry under the command of Colonel John Gibbon reached the battlefield.
Not surprisingly, I also enjoy shooting rifles and handguns contemporary to the 19th Century.
"Smile, when you say that, pard."