from my cold, dead hands

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from my cold, dead hands

  1. (idiomatic) A statement that one will not allow something (most often a firearm or other weapon) to be taken away from one's possession until after one's death. A variant, from my cold dead fingers, is most often used in the US by gun rights advocates.

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