Kit escorts Senator Folwer, his ex-commanding officer in the army to Monterey, after an attempt is made on his life. Meanwhile, El Toro tries to re-kindle an old flame.
Kit Carson trails a gang that uses counterfeit money to buy land from unsuspecting victims, kill them, and then use the same phony bills again.
When a student discovers gold under the schoolhouse, Melody Flats' town boss and his henchmen try to jump the schoolmarm's claim. Kit and El Toro come to aid of the schoolteacher.
Boone Williams, the Curly-Haired Kid, has been released from prison and prepares to carry out threats he's made against Kit Carson and Judge Trumbull, the men who he blames for putting him in prison. While wearing clothes similar to Kit's he dry-gulches the Judge after arranging for the Judge's son to witness the crime with Kit nearby so he can be identified as the criminal. El Toro breaks Kit out of jail and the two men pursue Williams to the Panhandle with the Judge's son in pursuit.
A crooked assayer and his henchman attempt to steal an old miner's claim by relocating its apparent entrance to a worthless mine-shaft.
Kit agrees to serve as a town's acting marshal and must fight a crooked businessman who plans to rig an election.
Kit poses as a gunfighter and El Toro as a notorious jewel fence in order to find a jewel-encrusted plaque that has been stolen from a mission.
When El Toro's uncle is threatened with losing his ranch due to a series of a series of supernatural events and witchcraft episodes, Kit Carson is asked to intervene.
Kit and El Toro show up at the wedding of an old friend, who's also an ex-convict. They discover that the man's benefactor has been murdered, their friend has been accused of it and a mob is preparing to lynch him.
Kit and El Toro go after a gang of stagecoach robbers who are using an inn along the trail as a front.
Kit and El Toro are entrusted with protecting the west's first Gatling gun, which is wanted by a gang headed by a woman who is a wanted Confederate war criminal.
Kit and El Tore are sent to deliver an ammunition shipment to prevent an Indian uprising brought about by a white man posing as an Indian god.
In order to find out what's behind a mysterious businessman's determined effort to find out when the army is going to build its next forts, Kit fakes his own death and poses as an outlaw.
Kit and El Toro drive off a blind outlaw and his Indian partner who were trying to kidnap a young woman from a stagecoach. They soon find they didn't realize how much trouble it is going to cause them.
Kit and El Toro try to help a young woman running a stage line find out who's behind a rash of robberies of her stages carrying silver.
Kit and El Toro try to find out what's behind a herd of horses that has been accused of trampling several people to death.