“come out with guns blazing”

When you say that someone came out with guns blazing, what you mean is that he came out with a lot of force and energy.

Examples: The Aussies certainly came out with their guns blazing. The match was more or less over in the first hour of play. * “Let’s hope that the Indians come out with their guns blazing in the next two games.”

 Source: ‘Know Your English’ ( The Hindu) – October 16, 2007

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