We are told by Donald Trump and others that we should not shy away from calling "them" for what they truly are: "Radical Islamist Terrorists." To refrain from using the correct term is not only akin to siding with the terrorists, but unless we recognize and call it for what it is, we cannot combat terrorism effectively. Accordingly, we should not shy away from calling another radical group by what they are: "Radical Gun Fundamentalists."
In 2009, Dennis A. Henigan, then vice president for law and policy at the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence, published Lethal Logic: Exploding The Myths That Paralyze American Gun Policy. It's a must read for everyone who desires to curb the scourge of guns in American society.
A quote from an unidentified leader of the NRA says it all: "You would get a far better understanding if you approached us as if you were approaching one of the great religions of the world." In short, the 2nd Amendment is a fundamental article of faith that's self-evident and undeniably "true." So is the "fact" that the government cannot be trusted to keep us safe. Indeed, the government is to be feared. The only sane alternative is for each individual to be fully armed to protect him or herself from tyranny. There cannot and should not be any restrictions of the right to bear any and all types of arms.
There you have it: "Radical Gun Fundamentalism."
If Orlando, Paris, San Bernardino, etc. show that we have much to fear from lone wolf terrorists acting in the name of Radical Islam, i.e., ISIS, then Orlando also shows that we have as much to fear from "Radical Gun Fundamentalists" who willingly allow those who have been on FBI terrorist watch lists to purchase legally weapons designed for war.
Standing up to Radical Gun Fundamentalists has never been more clear or important. One type of fundamentalism is as bad as the other.