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05-23-2019 07:23 AM
gpa&hisguns
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Originally Posted by ironglow View Post
I noticed that when it comes time for big game, Chip usually lets his little wife Agnes, do the job with her Moisin-Nagant.

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Most of the series you see Chip only shooting a muzzleloader. Chip had a run in with the law that wasn't much talked about to start with that prevented him from having a firearm. So he let the little misses do the shooting and she made the iron sights on that old 7.62X54 Rooskie gun work to fill the freezer.

In Chip's defense, I would have ended up in prison for a year too if someone forced himself on one of my daughters. I'd work em over just like ole Chip did! There are some things that you don't just let the law handle!
05-22-2019 04:47 PM
Argent11 Those guys do sign a reversible contract. For the content IG. NG isn't free. They only want to ensure
their stuff isn't stolen. And like the guy who was raising sled dogs, he was payed very well.
05-22-2019 04:04 PM
ironglow
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Originally Posted by gpa&hisguns View Post
Chip Hailstone goes by "strangerinastrangeland" on the Alaskan Outdoors forums. He used to post often and converse like a regular guy. Since "Life below Zero" influenced his life, not do much!

He is a down to earth guy.....just busy!
I noticed that when it comes time for big game, Chip usually lets his little wife Agnes, do the job with her Moisin-Nagant.

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05-22-2019 11:16 AM
Argent11
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Originally Posted by DEACONLLB View Post
Now that gal I cannot stand she thinks that she is a teacher and no one knows anything but her when she comes on I switch to something for a while couple shows back she went flying across a frozen lake at full bore told my wife she is going to crash and she did almost killed her when she got back to her camp she goes out with a sledge and destroys the snow mobile or what was left as if it was its fault now what kind of an example is that for people to watch.
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She does come across as being gay and bossy. Like that one episode where she started screaming at the
camera crew for no apparent reason. I haven't seen her on there for awhile now after that.
05-21-2019 09:36 PM
DEACONLLB
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Originally Posted by Argent11 View Post
Yeah, grandpa. NG seeks out some of the strangest situations and people sometimes. They follow those
Alaskan hunters around. Like that big lady who made a tent on the back of her ATV. Who hunted with
an AR 10.

The sites popularity is increasing. Because people are sick of all the other liberal crap on TV.
Wicked Tuna is ok, but dang some of those fish are bigger than I am lol.
Now that gal I cannot stand she thinks that she is a teacher and no one knows anything but her when she comes on I switch to something for a while couple shows back she went flying across a frozen lake at full bore told my wife she is going to crash and she did almost killed her when she got back to her camp she goes out with a sledge and destroys the snow mobile or what was left as if it was its fault now what kind of an example is that for people to watch.
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\Deaconllb
05-21-2019 02:57 PM
Argent11
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Originally Posted by gpa&hisguns View Post
Remember the show Wild West Guns? The short little fat guy boss Ken with the ear ring ruined the show and made a circus out of it. They were famous for their Alaskan Guide and Alaskan Co-pilot rifles. Their number one gunsmith Bryan Swanda went by the "The Kid" on the same forum. He and I used to horse trade oddball components. He also built a 458 Winchester on a commercial 98 mauser action for me! He is a good guy and a great gunsmith! The last that I knew he was in the lower 48...in the NW building custom guns. Swanda Guns LLC sounds right.

I quit watching that show when the goofy little boss Ken went elk hunting and it came to the moment of truth and he couldn't shoot the elk but started crying instead. Enough of that for me.
Yeah, grandpa. NG seeks out some of the strangest situations and people sometimes. They follow those
Alaskan hunters around. Like that big lady who made a tent on the back of her ATV. Who hunted with
an AR 10.

The sites popularity is increasing. Because people are sick of all the other liberal crap on TV.
Wicked Tuna is ok, but dang some of those fish are bigger than I am lol.
05-21-2019 02:18 PM
gpa&hisguns Remember the show Wild West Guns? The short little fat guy boss Ken with the ear ring ruined the show and made a circus out of it. They were famous for their Alaskan Guide and Alaskan Co-pilot rifles. Their number one gunsmith Bryan Swanda went by the "The Kid" on the same forum. He and I used to horse trade oddball components. He also built a 458 Winchester on a commercial 98 mauser action for me! He is a good guy and a great gunsmith! The last that I knew he was in the lower 48...in the NW building custom guns. Swanda Guns LLC sounds right.

I quit watching that show when the goofy little boss Ken went elk hunting and it came to the moment of truth and he couldn't shoot the elk but started crying instead. Enough of that for me.
05-21-2019 01:54 PM
gpa&hisguns
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Originally Posted by ironglow View Post
I enjoy that family also, they know "togetherness"...

That tattoo doesn't bother me , because I assume it is cultural..something some of the native people do.

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Chip Hailstone goes by "strangerinastrangeland" on the Alaskan Outdoors forums. He used to post often and converse like a regular guy. Since "Life below Zero" influenced his life, not do much!

He is a down to earth guy.....just busy!
05-21-2019 11:37 AM
Argent11 I did watch some of it but it was getting late and I had an early call so turned it off but in the past years I have seen a number of shows on it.

Cheyenne Mountain was sure a surprise. That place isn't known to be very social at all. The news crew
had two armed guards with them at all times. And they really didn't get to film very much at all. Just a
bunch of tunnels and the communication room.
05-21-2019 10:43 AM
DEACONLLB
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Originally Posted by Argent11 View Post
That was a good one about Area 51. I was surprised that they were able to make that one.
But NG is able to go to a lot of places that no else one can. Did you see the one about the
Bermuda Triangle?
I did watch some of it but it was getting late and I had an early call so turned it off but in the past years I have seen a number of shows on it.

What gets me in traveling by flying is what some of the young women almost wear, in Ohio the young women in line in front of me had on or may not have had on I could never tell but her cheeks were showing and I don't mean on her face she may have had on skin tight flesh colored tights.

Deaconllb
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