Molon Labe is Greek for "Come and Take (them)" attributed to King
Leonidas I in reply to the demand by Xerxes I that the Spartans surrender their weapons. Several hundred years later this phrase would be said differently but the meaning remained the same here in Texas, in the colony of Gonzales, Come and Take It.
This design has a Spartan helmet and sword along with an AR-15 and the original Greek writing for Molon Labe. These shirts are made from 5.4oz 100% preshrunk cotton. Also, the back has a small Quick Draw Shirts logo close to the collar so when your friends ask, "Where'd you get that cool shirt", you can point to the back and say, "Quick Draw Shirts".