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Rogue Gunfighter Patch from Rogue American Apparel

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Rogue Gunfighter: “Tego, Sine, Metu” meaning “To Protect/Defend, Without Fear”.

RG is formed by a group of people who have many years and experience in Special Operations, Intelligence and High Threat Security operations. They have been there, working in the worlds most dangerous environments, from Afghanistan, Iraq, Yemen, Libya, South America and Europe. The RG Design. The Skull is flanked by 2 crusader crosses and had a A for “Armatura” Latin for the term used by the Roman Empire to describe Weapons and Tactics. “Tego” Sine” “Metu” is Latin for “To Protect, Without Fear” translating to “one being able to react instinctively without hesitation to a given threat to himself or others” (because of their warrior mindset, developed through training, lifestyle and muscle memory).

Get yours before they’re gone. A portion of proceeds are donated to the Brothers In Arms Foundation.

www.rogueamericanapparel.com/store/rogue-gunfighter-p-92

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2 Responses to “Rogue Gunfighter Patch from Rogue American Apparel”

  1. Zues says:

    I don’t like these Rogue Gunfighters. If they want to give a portion of the proceeds of these patches to charity then man up; give all the proceeds of this useless very cheap to produce item to charity. It galls me to see companies like this attempt to make profit by dangling the charity. I have a feeling if they really cared; all profits of a damn patch could go to charity. Just another hipster tactical company.

    • James says:

      Zues,

      I’m not sure you if you know how much it costs to have nylon anything produced in the US. It is by no means cheap. I’d venture to say they don’t make a bit of profit from the patch at all. Speaking from personal experience I can tell you that all the guys over at Rogue are nothing but patriots, most of whom are still serving their country in places the overwhelming majority of Americans would never go. Before you bash them or their charitable intentions, make sure you do your homework. They’ve done more than their share for this country and our brothers and sisters in arms.

      James