Come and Take It Pullover Hoodie - Texas Revolution Battle of Gonzales Flag
The front of this screen printed pullover hooded sweatshirt features the Texas Revolution Battle of Gonzales "Come and Take It" flag design. The back features our small OG logo.Product Details:
- Printed on a Gildan pullover hooded sweatshirt.
- 50% cotton, 50% polyester
- Preshrunk fleece knit.
- Pouch pocket.
- Lined hood.
- Classic fit. True to size.
- 8 Oz weight.
Designed and screen printed by The Three Percenter right here in the USA.
About the "Come and Take It" slogan:
"Come and take it!" was the American patriotic slogan used by Colonel John McIntosh in 1778 during the American Revolution when the British demanded the surrender of Fort Morris in Georgia. It was used again in 1835 at the Battle of Gonzales during the Texas Revolution. As a symbol of defiance toward the Mexican government the Texans fashioned a flag with the phrase "come and take it" along with a star and an image of the cannon they had received four years earlier from Mexican officials. This phrase is often heard from pro-Second Amendment activists as a defense of the right to keep and bear arms.
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