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Home Products Knight Elements Voodoo


During World War II, operatives of secret units like the British SOE (Special Operations Executive) and American OSS (Office of Strategic Services) armed themselves with a wide variety of clandestine edged weapons. Some, like thumb and lapel daggers, are relatively well known, but one of the most unique was the “Tine Dagger.” Originally fashioned from the tines of pitchforks, they often had cord-wrapped handles and a series of thumb notches for a more secure grip. Intended purely for thrusting tactics, tine daggers were last-ditch, extreme-close-quarters weapons.Designed by Master Bladesmith Jason Knight, the Knight Elements Voodoo honors the spirit of the original tine dagger, while expressing it with state-of-the-art materials and style. Precision machined from N690 stainless steel, its blade features dagger-style twin bevels on one side and a hollow fuller on the other. This creates a needle-sharp point and a sturdy triangular cross section that ensure deep penetration. To ensure a non-slip grip, its full tang includes strategically located grooves and is flanked by G-10 or canvas Micarta® scales with a CNC-machined high-traction texture pattern. Every Voodoo dagger also comes complete with a custom-molded, snap-fit Kydex® sheath and a quick-release belt clip. Like classic tine daggers, the Voodoo is purpose-designed as a thrusting weapon. The subtle curve of its profile naturally complements the arc of motion of the human arm, placing the point on line with the hand to penetrate with maximum power. When employed with the tactics for which it was designed, it easily transcends the deadly efficiency of the old-school daggers that inspired it. It is also an extremely unique collector’s piece or letter opener for military historians and edged-weapon enthusiasts.


  • Model: Voodoo
  • Overall Length: 8.325”
  • Blade Length: 4.50”
  • Cutting Edge: 3.80”
  • Blade Spine Thickness: .177"
  • Blade Steel: N690
  • Blade Style: Hawkbill / Talon
  • Three Variations: Green Canvas Micarta
  • Edge Type: Plain
  • Sheath: Kydex with hybrid clip
  • Weight: 3.10 oz (blade only), 4.40 oz (with Kydex)
  • Country of Origin: Italy, by Fox Cutlery

Has some light scuffs, otherwise excellent condition.

Product Details

Blade Length 4

Overall Length 8.5

Weight (oz) 3

Source Previously owned

Additional Specs

Knife Type Has Sheath, Full Tang

Blade Material N690

Blade Details Chisel Grind, Hawkbill

Handle Material Micarta

About the Maker

Knight, Jason
Knight, Jason

Jason’s early knives were created through the stock removal process. In 2001 he attended the Bill Moran School of Bladesmithing in Old Washington, Arkansas. Jason won Best New Maker at Blade Show West that same year. His work quickly became sought after because of his recognizable style. According to Jason, some of the most valuable input he ever received was from his friends George Herron and Daniel Winkler, both of whom encouraged him to always remain true to his own creative niche. In 2007 he received his ABS Mastersmith rating and was awarded the B.R. Hughes Award for the best knife by a Mastersmith candidate. He continues to receive awards for his extraordinary skill. Knight is well known among custom makers and collectors not only as an innovator, but also for his mastery of metallurgy and blade geometry.

Knight Elements
Fox Cutlery
Fox Cutlery

"In 1977 Oreste Frati established FOX Cutlery in Maniago, Italy. Awards include - Blade Magazine Award as “Most Innovative Imported Design”, “Imported Knife of the Year”, “Knife Collaboration of the Year”, “Overall Knife Of The Year 2018” and "Overall Knife of the Year 2019".

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