Molon Labe "Come and Take" Motorcycle Flag
Show your pride with a motorcycle flag made in the USA!
Originating in 480 BC, the phrase “Molon Labe” was said to be the defiant response of King Leonidas I of Sparta to Xerxes I of Persia when Xerxes demanded that the Greeks lay down their weapons and surrender.
Over the years, that expression has been “quite forcefully and purposely addressed to would-be tyrants by very strong and admirable men…many of us find a sense of oneness with men of such resolve, embracing their defiance and applying it to our own determination to defend our constitutional right to keep and bear protective weaponry free from federal constraints.”
In the United States that phrase has been translated to mean “Come and Take” by pro Second Amendment advocates. It enforces the idea that the “person uttering the phrase is a strong believer in these ideals and will not surrender their firearms to anyone, especially to governmental authority.”
Choose from 2 sizes - 6"x9" or 10"x15". (Sizes are approximate.) If you're looking for a complete mounting system visit the Stainless Flag Mount section.
- • All flags are made of a UV coated poplin that is machine washable
- • Heavy duty material for outdoor durability
- • Each flag is double-sided and double-stitched
- • Flag sleeve will accommodate up to a 3/8" diameter pole
- • 100% cut, printed, and sewn in the USA