This is one of the nicest 3/16″ Voodoo Hounds that we have seen, its a beauty. New/mint and perfect & comes with ATAK & Slip Sheaths.
Designed by Mad Dog with input from a US Navy SEAL, the Voodoo Frog is awesome knife and no longer made. If you are a serious Mad Dog Knives collector, this knife is a must have as there are not many in existence. Only the first 10 knives of any new Mad Dog Knife design are serial numbered, this knife is one of those… #007. This knife is new, mint and perfect.
This knife is a very special Warlock. Back in 2010, Mad Dog wanted to make himself a very special Warlock for his birthday. He commemorated this event by marking the blade “Mad Dog” “07/02/2010”. As you would expect, Mad Dog made this knife as perfect as he possibly could and it turned out beautifully as it is the best example of a Warlock that I have ever seen. This knife is new and perfect in every way featuring a Glowing Temper Line blade finish, ATAK, Slip and Dundee sheaths.
Mad Dog “B Series” ATAK MK2’s are the rarest of all of the Military SEAL ATAK’s with only about 20 total knives produced. These knives were the last design and marking change requested and ordered by the United States Navy SEAL’s before the end of Mad Dog’s contract. The Navy SEAL’s noticed the outstanding rope cutting ability of the DSU2 knife that Mad Dog had developed for the Navy’s Deep Submergence Unit. The SEAL’s concluded that a small section of serrations added to the primary cutting edge of the original SEAL ATAK design along with a standard hard chrome blade finish would better meet their requirements thus the “B-Series” ATAK MK2 design was born. This design was also used by Steven Seagal in his movie titled “Under Siege II”. This particular knife has been used some but is in excellent condition and has the correct matching Kydex sheath. $$ Price on request. Email if interested: firstname.lastname@example.org
6 SEAL ATAK’s were produced in 2014, 2 with mirror polished blade finish and 4 knives with GTL blade finish. These knives represent years of experience and exceptional craftsmanship from Mad Dog, to say these are outstanding would be an understatement. I will let the pictures do the talking but I think you will agree.
There were a total of 6-2013 SEAL ATAK’s produced, 5 of the knives featured a Glowing Temper Line finish and 1 of the knives featured a Mirror Polished blade. The 2013 SEAL ATAK’s had somewhat of a retro look but also incorporated the latest Mad Dog Knives techniques and finishes. A couple of key features that make the 2013 SEAL ATAK’s unique are the 16 point 3/16″ file work and small eyebrow clip point blades reminiscent of the very early Mad Dog SEAL ATAK’s. These super grade Mad Dog 2013 SEAL ATAK’s are the absolute finest representation of Mad Dog’s efforts in knife making craftsmanship, they are quite simply incredible. This particular piece is perfect and outstanding.
This one of a kind Mad Dog Knives ATAK #001 Prototype sharpener was built for and owned by the original Navy SEAL Commander in charge of the knife trials back in the early 90’s that won Mad Dog his contract with the USN. This knife sharpener was designed to be a lightweight/tough compact, portable sharpener that the SEALs could carry along with them to sharpen their Mad Dog SEAL ATAK knives with. To the best of my knowledge, this is the only one in existence.
Mad Dog “C Series” ATAK #C168 with ATAK Sheath. Approximately 200 “C Series” ATAKs were produced in 1994 starting at serial # C100- C300. About half of the C Series ATAK’s had black blades (Kalgard over hard chrome) & the other half had standard chrome blades. Some of these knives had various special logos like the “Columbian Presidential Seal” & others were simply marked with ”CXXX”. Some C series ATAK serial numbers were hand engraved on the blade while others were marked on the spine.
Mad Dog quote: ”The C series were ordered by the US State Dept. for shipment to the US Embassy in Colombia, where they were subsequently distributed to the Colombian Presidential Guard and some Colombian SF Operatives involved in narcotics interdiction and counterinsurgency. Evidently some few of them were retained by Embassy staffers there, a few of which have made it back to the States and subsequently into the aftermarket.”
C Series ATAK’s are extremely rare and you hardly ever see one for sale. Hands down, this particular C Series ATAK is the best condition C Series Knife that I have ever seen, it is as good as the day it was made.