The man on the right is George Scarborough. Scarborough shot and killed John Selman behind a bar in El Paso in August, 1897. Two years earlier, Selman had killed the notorious gunslinger John Wesley Hardin in a different El Paso bar.
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THEODORE ROOSEVELT’S SMITH AND WESSON NEW MODEL NO. 3 REVOLVER: This revolver is attributed by Smith & Wesson factory records to future U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt. He most likely took delivery of this gun just prior to training his Rough Riders at San Antonio, Texas. This gun features "combat target" sights and is one of only three or four known to have been chambered for the .38 U.S.Service caliber cartridge (.38 Colt).
John Wesley Hardin was partial to fancy Colt Thunderers.This one was seized by the El Paso Sheriff when Hardin was arrested for unlawfully carrying a pistol in May of 1895. It was still in the sheriff's custody when Hardin was shot to death in August of that year.