Come and Take It Helmet
24" x 24"
In 480 BC, the Persian king Xerxes demanded that the Spartans give up their weapons. King Leonidas responded with the phrase ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ (Molon Labe - pronounced Mow Loan Lah Vay) which meant "Come and take them." This led to the Battle of Thermopylae, in which a small group of Spartan warriors held off a far superior group of Persians for three days. The twin phrases "ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ/Molon Labe" and "Come and Take It" have become synonymous with the promotion of the Second Amendment and other fundamental liberties. They are antithetical to the idea of unilateral disarmament.
Perfect for the 2nd Amendment person who wants to make a statement! A unique and stunning piece, brilliantly colored and finished with a glossy automotive clear coat for a finish that can be used indoors or outside. Handcrafted in Kansas from steel.
**Due to these items being handmade, there may be slight variations in the shipped product. Items ordered in a raw or rust finish are not clear coated.
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