The Bushcraft Series of knives has been designed and engineered to meet the needs of general outdoor users that enjoy the practice of wilderness living. The term bushcraft has its roots in the works of George Washington Sears and Horace Kephart in their separate early works of Woodcraft and Camping. Modern Bushcraft knives all seem to share the basic characteristics of the knife carried by Horace Kephart. The blades are straight and have the point in the basic center of the blade. Modern versions, including Bark River Knives version, share this trait but are slimmer and more pointed for tasks like drilling through wood. This series also follows Sears’ outdoor prescription of carrying more than one knife to accomplish what you might encounter in the field. That translates to a selection of models from very large brush knives, medium belt knives, and smaller knives for finer tasks. You can look no further in selecting your trilogy of knives. The Bushcraft Series has enough of a selection that all three general tasks can be covered easily.