In the world of gunslingers and cowboys, what job would you have held down in the wild west? A saloon owner perhaps? Maybe, a blacksmith? Let's find out which job you would have been best suited for back in the days of the American West! It may be more dangerous than you think!
How would you have traveled to the Wild West?
On a horse drawn wagon.
By any means necessary.
People often say that you're very...
Would you have made a good outlaw?
Probably, I have a real problem with the law.
Maybe, I like to toe the line when it comes to the law.
No way, I abide by all the rules!
Who would you like to challenge to a duel at dawn?
That guy who cut me off in traffic.
No one, violence isn't the answer!
Where would you prefer to spend the night?
Under the stars
In a five star hotel
In a tee-pee
Anywhere with a bar near by
Which part of a cowboy outfit would you sport?
None of these
What would you rather eat for dinner?
Steak and potatoes
What would you have ordered at the town saloon?
None of these
How rich are you?
I'm doing okay.
I'm very poor.
I'm pretty wealthy.
It varies everyday.
Pick your weapon:
You would have been a hired gun back in the wild west! As a gun slinger, your job was to take on the seedy underbelly of the town. Of course, to most people, you were the seedy under belly of the town. Whether it was tracking someone down for a bounty kill or posing as a total drifter, you would have made one heck of a hired gun.
You would have been a mayor of a town back in the wild west! Let's face it- to run a town in the American west you had to have some major backbone, a quick draw, and a whole lot of luck. Thankfully, you've got the confidence and the people skills to run a town and keep the seedy gunslingers at bay.
Ah, the good old western saloon. It was the back bone of many wild west towns and a place to imbibe or simply get in a good old fashioned bar fight. Saloon workers had to have the tenacity to stay above the chaos and the flirtatious nature to keep outlaws coming back for more.
Every wild west town needed a sheriff to keep the outlaws and banditos at a bay. You had to have a quick draw, be tough as nails, and not be afraid to pursue the bad guy on horse and on foot. As someone who never shies away from confrontation or challenge, you would have been the sheriff even the worst outlaws feared.
Every town had a few missionaries preaching the word of God and bringing others into the religious fold. The job wasn't always easy, especially with outlaws and prostitutes around every bend. Luckily, you've got the faith and the tenacity to preach your views without fear or intimidation.