- Judging by some of his conversational dialogue with fellow lawmen, where he refers disparagingly to federal law enforcement calling City Hall and acting like they were "big men", he is yet another character who has a degree of frustration in how the federal government is managing the West's affairs.
- According to his dialogue, when in a shootout, he considers himself a crack-shot.
- Also going by his shootout dialogue, he considers his colleagues incompetent, as he will bemoan how, were it not for his fellow officers, the suspect would already be down.
|Hey there, cowboy. It looks like this little ol' article is a bit puny.|
I reckon you could impress me by adding to it. Don't be shy now.
If you're logged in, it'll help you earn them fancy achievements, too.