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What does " Take your best shot" mean in this context? Does it mean to try as hard as you can? Thanks for your help.

T-Bag - D.B.? Oh, is that who you is now? I thought you was just a cowboy.
D.B.Cooper - Take a couple of steps back, boy.
T - You know what I can't understand is, why somebody like you wants to get out of here anyway. The world's all different now. It's scary... They got computer phone. You wouldn't know what to do.
D - I don't have to justify myself to you.
T - Oh, you're gonna have to. Them old bones just gonna be dragging us down. May be I'll just snap a few of them right now.
D - Take your best shot.
C.O. - Hey, break it up down there!
T - Bow out, cowboy. I'm not gonna warn you no more.
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Hi,

Yes.

Clive
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= do your best= try your best (to do sth)
CliveHi,

Yes.

Clive

Thanks for taking a look for me, Clive. Thank you.

And, here's another question, I hope you can do me a favor again.

What does " You got a clear shot" mean? Does it mean " You got a clear reaction, agreement"?

Context:
M - If you think I'm gonna leave my brother behind, you have massively underestimated me.
C - Really?
M - Really.
T - That ain't my fight. I'm through that hole, Pretty, with or without you. Next time I'm on P.I..
M - We're not having this debate.
T - We're not?
M - We're not having this debate.
T - Why don't we just all have the floor open to everybody else, huh? Just see what they all say.
C - You got A clear shot, Fish. Every day we don't use that hole is another day the screws can find it.
M - The way is not finished.
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Hi,

What does " You got a clear shot" mean? Does it mean " You got a clear reaction, agreement"? It means you have a good, direct opportunity to do something.

eg Tom's only serious competitor in the Olympic 100 metres has broken his leg, so now Tom has got a clear shot at (winning) an Olympic gold medal.

Past- you got a clear shot
Present/future - you (have) got a clear shot

Clive
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CliveHi,

What does " You got a clear shot" mean? Does it mean " You got a clear reaction, agreement"? It means you have a good, direct opportunity to do something.

eg Tom's only serious competitor in the Olympic 100 metres has broken his leg, so now Tom has got a clear shot at (winning) an Olympic gold medal.

Past- you got a clear shot
Present/future - you (have) got a clear shot

Clive

Yes, I find the same explanation at Yahoo Answer.

Thank you, Clive.