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  • n. Plural form of hoplophobe.


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  • I can easily see hoplophobes doing “time share” rifles to avoid having to pony up and keep the Evil Nasty Killing Machine in their own house.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Another good night for the Second Amendment

  • The article is hilarious and I am going to link to it in every stupid thread where hoplophobes are freaking out about the new law.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Guns in Parks: The Hoplophobes

  • When you require registration of lawfully-owned guns, you are creating an apparatus that (a) has never been of any meaningful use to legitimate law enforcement efforts; and (b) has enormous potential for abuse by overzealous law enforcement, hoplophobes, nanny statists, and other assorted busybodies.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The most important right to arms vote of 2009

  • From the perspective of the mandatory pacifists and the other fanatical hoplophobes, the measure was intelligently tyrannical math: add the outpatient gun ban to the longstanding prohibition against firearms ownership by people adjudicated incompetent or insane, and you had forcibly disarmed all but a tiny minority of veterans and at least 60 percent of the overall civilian population.


  • Allowing hoplophobes to be involved in setting Second Amendment policy is like assigning people afraid of water to be lifeguards - they'd never let anyone swim!


  • Same arguments for disarming the citizens the hoplophobes and statists use here, and just as full of crap.

    Irons in the Fire

  • * It's one of those quotes that the hoplophobes really don't like people to remember.

    Irons in the Fire

  • Wow, the stupidity of the hoplophobes runs rampant!

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Because Starbucks is attracting increasing numbers of gun owners - presumably becoming the kind of loyal customers about whom Helmke writes - he wants the coffee chain to ban these people, in deference to his own ilk of hoplophobes.

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  • The District Court / EPA / Brady effort is a transparent deception, used by hoplophobes and gun banners, to stop a ruling that would restore limited civil rights (for government permitees only) and could save lives and deter crime.

    MND: Your Daily Dose of Counter-Theory


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