Another of the great Lakota Sioux war chiefs and a close friend of “Sitting Bull”. In the spring of 1876 he joined Sitting Bull’s band and travelled with them to the Little Bighorn River. During the battle itself it is said he shot several troopers with his Winchester repeating rifle while riding in the saddle. It is also rumoured that he personally cut out the heart of Tom Custer the general’s brother. In addition to his rifle Rain-In-The-Face also carries a Colt revolver.
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