The roots of the coiled rattlesnake "don't tread on me" image date back to the early days of the American Revolution. Attributed to South Carolina statesman Charles Gadsden, it was used as a flag by the early colonial navy.
∑Stainless steel blade
∑Clear acrylic handle with full color art inserts
∑Steel pins, liners and stamped bolsters front and back
∑3-7/8" clip point blade
∑Blade width: 13/16"
∑Blade thickness: 1/16"
∑Made in China