Savage Guns was the final film of a local theater's fourth(?) edition of their "Spaghetti Day", a marathon of five classic Italian westerns screened back to back (from 35mm film prints), and it makes a case that even when a spaghetti western is pretty bad, it's typically still very watchable.
Director Demofilo Fidani apparently has been called the "Ed Wood of spaghetti westerns" but although Savage Guns is occasionally gleefully inept, it works for me as a slice of cheap celluloid entertainment. (To be fair, so do many Ed Wood's films).
The biggest problem here is the cast, populated with C-grade names even in the supporting roles (except for that one scene introducing three familiar hitmen... that are never seen again!). Robert Wood in the lead is plainly... wooden. Violence, a bleak tone and an almost-decent pace salvage some of the blandness though, along with the unintentional comedy. Worth a watch for the completist.