[Quigley has been beaten and left for dead in the Australian desert]
Crazy Cora: Don't worry, when you start a new job it's normal for things not to
go well at first.
Matthew Quigley: Lady, you're about a half a bubble off plumb, and that's fer
sure and fer certain.
[Lost in the Outback]
Matthew Quigley: I don't know where we're goin', but there's no sense bein'
Crazy Cora: Things seem different here. They say God made Australia last, don't
you know, after he got tired of making everything else the same.
Matthew Quigley: Well, I seen some pretty country, that's for certain.
Elliott Marston: Ah ha. Legendary Sharps.
Matthew Quigley: You know your weapons. It's a lever-action, breech loader.
Usual barrel length's thirty inches. This one has an extra four. It's converted
to use a special forty-five caliber, hundred and ten grain metal cartridge, with
a five-hundred forty grain paper patch bullet. It's fitted with double set
triggers, and a Vernier sight. It's marked up to twelve-hundred yards. This one
shoots a mite further.
Elliott Marston: An experimental weapon with experimental ammunition.
Matthew Quigley: You could call it that.
Elliott Marston: Let's experiment.
Matthew Quigley: I said I didn't have much use for one. Didn't say I didn't know
how to use it.
Matthew Quigley: This ain't Dodge City. And you ain't Bill Hickock.
Elliott Marston: No man knocks me out of my own house.