Near the climax of the 1995 Ghost in the Shell movie, we see Major Kusanagi taking on a light tank with nothing but an assault rifle and a pair of grenades (plus a late assist from Batou's "Standard-Issue Big Gun"). It's a thing of beauty that inspired many later action scenes, up to and including The Matrix's famous lobby shootout, and if anything it's better done than all of them.
During the above scene, Batou gets one when he proceeds to casually pump the tank full of holes with his big gun.
The equivalent arc in the manga (which involves terrorists in cahoots with the government) sees Motoko figure out the people behind the tank are Section-1. Aramaki goes to the head of S-1, tells him his people are shooting at S-9's, and after the head's "Yes? And?" reaction, pulls a gun on him and makes him recall his forces at gunpoint.