Ax Men will premiere on the History Channel on Sunday, March 9 at 10 PM ET, and we want to do a little something in honor of this new show, so we figured the best thing to do was to have another contest. We're giving away some great prize packs away to our readers that feature a polycanvas waist pack, a Crossing 7-in-1 Survival Tool with thermometer featuring Fahrenheit and Celsius readings, polarized compass, whistle, L.E.D. light, mirror, magnifying glass, 18.5" lanyard and a 22 oz. aluminum water bottle. We're also giving away a Ax Men puzzle box, a History Channel journal and a History Channel iPod speaker cases. We know these great prizes will go fast, so enter this contest today!
- Ax Men Lumber Pack featuring polycanvas waist pack, a Crossing 7-in-1 Survival Tool with thermometer featuring Fahrenheit and Celsius readings, polarized compass, whistle, L.E.D. light, mirror, magnifying glass, 18.5" lanyard and a 22 oz. aluminum water bottle
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- Ax Men puzzle box
- History Channel journal
- History Channel iPod speaker case
CLICK HERE to enter this new contest.
The first ever non-fiction series about the treacherous life of Pacific Northwest timber cutters, Ax Men every Sunday, at 10pm ET/PT beginning March 9th on History. From History and Original Productions, the same team responsible for the mega hit, Ice Road Truckers, this series looks at the legacy that the pioneers of our country laid for the present and future generations of loggers. Over the course of thirteen episodes, Ax Men follows four logging crews through a season in the remote forests of northwest Oregon. Plagued by mechanical failures, relentless weather-including a hurricane that ripped through the area- and violent and unpredictable terrain, these brave men risk their lives retrieving the very timber we depend upon to build our country. Snapped cables, runaway logs and treacherous machinery are among the many dangers that threaten the lives and safety everyday. Anything and everything can go wrong on these sites and the price of even the simplest mistake can mean death.