AX MEN Season 3 DVD Contest

Seat42f and The History Channel have teamed up to give TWO lucky winners a copy of AX MEN Season 3 on DVD. For a chance to win leave a comment below telling us why you want to add AX MEN Season 3 to your DVD collection. Only one entry per person. Contest ends August 24th. Winners will be notified on August 25th via email so make sure to use a valid email address when you post your comment. Open to US residents only.


The Ax is back for another season of heart-stopping excitement as rival logging companies race against time and nature to bring timber to market using skills passed down from the generations of logging legends before them.  SEASON THREE of this first-ever, non-fiction hit series about the treacherous life of U.S. timber cutters continues to produce top ratings for HISTORY and on August 24th, AX MEN: THE COMPLETE SEASON THREE will be available as a collectible 4-DVD set from A&E Home Entertainment.

As AX MEN enters its third season, it’s the dead heat of summer and the stakes are higher than ever across the most dangerous frontier in history. From mountaintop to river’s bottom, from the Pacific Northwest to Florida to Louisiana, six crews take on work as unforgiving as the terrain, as fickle as the weather, and as dangerous as any job in history. Time is money on the mountain. And these are the proving grounds where four generations of men have battled for green gold – and tried to get out alive.

For more than a hundred years, larger than life characters – many of whom are members of logging families who go back to the time when the West was being settled – have spent their days among towering trees and powerful machines and their nights in outposts far from the comforts of civilization.  Across America, it’s a battle for survival and for some, this will be the end of the line.  AX MEN — from the producers Ice Road Truckers, the highest-rated series on HISTORY™ –  tells their remarkable stories, detailing the history of the logging industry and how technology has transformed life for today’s logger, while the struggle of man versus nature stays the same.

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