[sample]09:58 - (Sounds of fighting in background) He bought this gun, and he came home one day and he just started going totally crazy with it. You know he's pointing it all over the place and he's showing it to Ritchie. So when he fell asleep on the couch later I put the gun away in the drawer. But, sometime in the middle of the night he got up and just started in again. Just... He was smacking me around and screaming his head off and of course it woke up Ritchie. But Fred was like some crazy man he just kept coming at me and coming at me and he just knocked me down. I just remember him coming at me around the throat and me trying to hold his arms down, but he was like steel and I just thought "e;this is it"e; and then all of a sudden I hear this explosion. It was like a bomb and then Fred just collapses on top of me. I look up and Ritchie's standing there with the gun.
[sample]02:02 - Do any of you people know who Charles Whitman was? None of you dumb-asses knows? Charles Whitman killed twelve people from a twenty-eight story observation tower at the University of Texas from distances of up to four-hundred yards. Anybody know who Lee Harvey Oswald was? That's right! And did you know how far away he was? Two hundred and fifty feet! He was two hundred and fifty feet away and shooting at a moving target. Oswald got off three rounds with an old Italian bolt-action rifle in only six seconds and scored two hits, including a head shot! Do any of you people know where these individuals learned to shoot? In the Marines! Outstanding! Those individuals showed what one motivated Marine and his rifle can do!
[source] - Full Metal Jacket: (Stanley Kubrick, 1987) Lee Ermey (as Gunnery Sergeant Hartman)