Come and Take Them or Molon Labe Tungsten Carbide rings.
In August of 480 BC, King Leonidas went out to meet Xerxes' Persian army at Thermopylae. Despite being outnumbered 1000 to 1 by some estimates, the Spartans could never abandon their post on the battlefield. At the start of the Battle of Thermopylae, the Persians asked them to put down their weapons, to which the Spartans responded ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ, which essentially translates "Come And Take Them."
There are many 2nd amendment supporters that identify with this sentiment, as there has consistently been a lobbying force that believes weapons should only be wielded by government agencies and police, and that the security of your person, home, and family should be entirely dependent on such entities. Despite Supreme Court rulings determining that police have no specific legal duty to protect you (Warren v. District of Columbia), and that the individual has a right to possess a firearm for lawful purposes (District of Columbia v. Heller), these entities continue to press for new laws and regulations which largely create financial burdens and bureaucracy that primarily impact peaceful, law abiding citizens. With statistics and arguments abound from both sides, it is unlikely the issue will be settled any time soon. However, whether you prefer a statement piece in the English design or a conversation piece in the Greek design, this quality tungsten ring makes your sentiment clear.
Made of Tungsten Carbide
Laser Engraved (design is engraved 1 time)
Package includes: 1 ring, and ring box