Molon Labe Tan is a Greek phrase that translates to "Come and Get Them". This quote is made clear when put in context. Long ago (480 BC), Greece was being invaded by Persia and the conquerors demanded the Greeks surrender their weapons at the Battle of Thermopylae. King of the Spartan army, Leonidas, responded with "Molon Labe" - come and take them.
In recent years, this historic event has been adapted into a full length feature film titled "300". The film depicts the infamous last stand of the Spartan Army against King Xerxes of Persia. King Leonidas and his small army of 300 soldiers held the city of Thermopylae for three days. Despite having lost the battle, the spirit of Molon Labe was never defeated. Rather than give in to tyranny, Sparta chose to stand their ground and fight, even to the last breath.
To celebrate King Leonidas and the 2nd Amendment, we offer a Molon Labe for select kits. The imagery for these skins feature Spartan Helmets and the engraved Latin phrase, Molon Labe. GunSkins firmly believes in the right to bear arms. We are hunters, collectors, sportsmen, veterans, and gun enthusiasts. And we, like King Leonidas, will not surrender our firearms without a fight. Proudly wear a Molon Labe as a badge of honor.
"Come and Take It!"