This story of an outlaw gang robbing gold-laden stagecoaches and using the booty to salt barren mine shafts so that the unwary can be swindled out of their money on worthless gold mine stock certificates is a cut above most of the independently made B westerns of its time. The lean
script offers a straight, unconfusing story line, with no filler material. Hero Randall doesn't sing or simper; he gets the job done with hard riding and fighting, with no nonsense, rounding up the rustlers and winning the affection of the stunning Stanley. An unusual note in a B western of the
period is a black featured player, Turner, who does a fine job in his role.