The FS-3 Come and Take it is an OTF knife whose dual action D2 steel blade comes in a variety of styles. The high-grade aluminum alloy handle features the Battle of Gonzalez flag slogan on one side with the infamous Texian Star and Gonzalez Cannon symbol on the other.
All knives are dual action (blade deployment and retraction are powered by pushing or pulling the same control switch).
This knife features a pocket clip, a glass breaker for emergencies and includes a nylon sheath. All CobraTec Knives are backed by a lifetime warranty.
History of the Battle of Gonzalez:
"The Battle of Gonzales was the first military engagement of the Texas Revolution. It was fought near Gonzales, Texas, on October 2, 1835, between rebellious Texian settlers and a detachment of Mexican army soldiers.
When the initial request was refused, Ugartechea sent 100 dragoons to retrieve the cannon. The soldiers neared Gonzales on September 29, but the colonists used a variety of excuses to keep them from the town, while secretly sending messengers to request assistance from nearby communities. Within two days, up to 140 Texians gathered in Gonzales, all determined not to give up the cannon. On October 1, settlers voted to initiate a fight. Mexican soldiers opened fire as Texians approached their camp in the early hours of October 2. After several hours of desultory firing, the Mexican soldiers withdrew.
- to learn more visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Gonzales