As a polie officer and small business owner, I don’t much care for thieves.  Often the theft of something creates a problem much larger than merely the replacement cost of the stolen item.  Take, for example, the theft of 25 pre-production MK-4 “Vuja-De” knives from Mantis Knives.

Mantis Knives MK-4

The stolen knives were taken from a parked car on West Paces Ferry in Atlanta, GA.  The vehicle was rented by employees of Mantis, who were out on a sales trip.  Also lost was an iPad, video footage, photographs and all sorts of information.

I’m sure the responding officer was able to assign a dollar amount for the stolen items in the report, but the true loss can only be measured in lost client information, potential sales of the new knives and irreplaceable images and video.  How do you assign a dollar amount to growing your business?

So, if anyone has any information on the missing MK-4 knives, please contact Mantis Knives immediately.

 

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Richard Johnson is a gun writer, police trainer and really bad joke teller. Check out his other writing on sites like Human Events, The Firearm Blog and Police & Security News.

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