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Molon Labe Ladies' T-Shirt

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TThe Greek phrase "Molon Labe" means "Come and Take It".  This phrase is often used by pro-Second Amendment activists as a defense of the right to keep and bear arms.

Front Design

Molon Labe was the defiant response of King Leonidas of Sparta to Xerxes of Persia when Xerxes demanded that the 300 Greeks lay down their arms and surrender at the Battle of Thermopylae. The phrase is screen-printed on the front of this tee, in the same style Greek letters that can be seen on the Leonidas monument at Thermopylae, Greece. 

Back Logo

A III% logo is on the back. In the mid-1700’s, recognizing that things would get worse before they got better in the British colonies of North America, the  “Minutemen” formed, available at a moment’s notice should the King’s tyranny show up in their town, on their streets, or at their door. These Minutemen would meet, train, and prepare to defend themselves, their family, and their townships. It is roughly estimated that only 3% of the colonists were actively fighting in the field against British forces at any given time. Three percenters today identify with that small group of true patriots. They stand for liberty and the constitution. They stand ready to defend the freedoms that the nation we love and honor was founded on;  and they will not see our republic fall. 

Garment Description: 

  • Slim fit. Longer body length.
  • 100% combed & ring-spun cotton.
  • Super soft, lightweight.
  • Bella Brand
  • 4.2 oz.

If you prefer a looser-fitting, classic tee style in more color choices, get it here.

Sizing: Check the size guide above the "Add to Cart" button!  These run small, you may want to go one size up.

Designed & printed in the USA.

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