Sir Edward Marion: Actually, it's a theory of mine, one that I've held for many years. Reduced to its simplest common denominator, all it means is that the marksman with the superior equipment ultimately must win, regardless of speed or firepower.
Bat: Oh, that may be true of target practice or big game hunting, but you forget one thing, Sir Edward. Out here, when a man draws a gun, his target can think and shoot back.
Sir Edward Marion: Mr. Masterson, it has been both an education and an honor.
Bat: They say school never closes for the mind of a man.