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Rough Rider Dont Tread on Me

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Rough Rider

Rough Rider Dont Tread on Me Stockman. 3 7/8" closed. Clip, spey and sheepsfoot blades. Don't Tread on Me Series. The roots of the coiled rattlesnake "Don't Tread On Me" flag date back to the early days of the American Revolution. Attributed to South Carolina statesmen Charles Gadsden, it was used by infantry regiments. Today it remains an American symbol of freedom and tenacity in the face of oppression. Knives feature 440A stainless blades and yellow smooth bone handles. Front handle is etched "Don't Tread on Me" with coiled snake image. Nickel silver bolsters

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18,50 €

JBR-RR1390

0871373113907

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Rough Rider Dont Tread on Me Stockman. 3 7/8" closed. Clip, spey and sheepsfoot blades. Don't Tread on Me Series. The roots of the coiled rattlesnake "Don't Tread On Me" flag date back to the early days of the American Revolution. Attributed to South Carolina statesmen Charles Gadsden, it was used by infantry regiments. Today it remains an American symbol of freedom and tenacity in the face of oppression. Knives feature 440A stainless blades and yellow smooth bone handles. Front handle is etched "Don't Tread on Me" with coiled snake image. Nickel silver bolsters
  • Material blade 440A
  • Handle Bone

In the summer of 1898, Teddy Roosevelt began to organize the 1st U.S. Volunteer Cavalry for what seemed to be an inevitable and difficult battle with the Spanish. Over 23,000 men volunteered to ride with Roosevelt, but he whittled that number down to 2,000 handpicked cavalrymen. The men hailed from every corner of the United Sates. They were Princeton football players, full-blooded Pawnee Indians, trail-wise cowboys, aristocratic Englishmen, polo players, and even Rhodes Scholars. They came from every state and social class the United States had to offer. Roosevelt's quintessential choice was equal parts cowboy and soldier. He was a man who could ride out and fight the Spanish every day of the week. He was the best of the best. These men, who defeated the Spanish at the grueling battle of San Juan Hill later that summer, became known as Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders. The Rough Rider™ brand honors the tradition of Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders by choosing the very best knife patterns and materials from around the world and building the perfect line of personal cutlery. From the classic Mother of Pearl Stockman with 440 Stainless Steel blades to the long, sleek lines of a Tactical Linerlock, Rough Rider™ offers the finest craftsmanship and the best cutlery, and like the “Rough Riders,” these knives are “always ready” every day of the week.

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Rough Rider Dont Tread on Me

Rough Rider Dont Tread on Me

Rough Rider Dont Tread on Me Stockman. 3 7/8" closed. Clip, spey and sheepsfoot blades. Don't Tread on Me Series. The roots of the coiled rattlesnake "Don't Tread On Me" flag date back to the early days of the American Revolution. Attributed to South Carolina statesmen Charles Gadsden, it was used by infantry regiments. Today it remains an American symbol of freedom and tenacity in the face of oppression. Knives feature 440A stainless blades and yellow smooth bone handles. Front handle is etched "Don't Tread on Me" with coiled snake image. Nickel silver bolsters

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