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.
·440A stainless steel blades
·Yellow smooth bone handle with embellishment on front
·Brass pins and liners
·Nickel silver ringed bolsters
·3-1/8" Clip point and Spey blade lengths
·Blade Thickness: 1/16"
·Blade Widths: 1/2"
·Made in China