On August 2 1876 Wild Bill was dealt the famous aces and eights hand playing poker in Deadwood. If you think you've been dealt a bad hand from some shady dealer stop in to any of our Glockner Family of Dealerships and let us show you how We Make it Easy! #wemakeiteasy
(1837-76) Born in Troy Grove, near Ottawa, Illinois, James Butler "Wild Bill" Hickok took part in the Kansas struggle preceding the Civil War, was a driver of the Butterfield stage line, and gained fame as a gunfighter. He served as a Union scout in the Civil War and afterwards became deputy United States Marshal at Fort Riley (1866), Marshal of Hays, Kansas (1869), and Marshal of Abilene (1871). His reputation as a marksman in desperate encounters with outlaws made him a frontier legend.