Drowning in a sea of unopened emails, TTAG put out a SOS for a capable brand fan to assume the newly created role of Email Editor. We received an embarrassment of riches: over 80 responses. The vast majority of our applicants were completely qualified for the position; we thank all aspiring Editors for their time and expertise. As TTAG expands, we’ll be going back to our well of talent for more team members. After much folding, spindling and a little mutilation, we’re happy to welcome . . .
Josh Wayner to the TTAG team. Josh is a 2013 graduate of Michigan’s Grand Valley State University with a Bachelors Degree in Applied Research and Minor in Anthropology. He lives in The Mitten State with his lovely young bride.
Josh has seen every angle of the shooting industry firsthand. He’s run a gun businesses, designed new parts and systems, and written on a variety of industry topics. He competes at every available opportunity, winning thirteen medals at the Camp Perry’s CMP games — where he gets chewed-out for shooting barefoot (by older people wearing mismatched camo and three-layered sweaters in ninety degree heat). Josh intends to use his degree in anthropology to find out why they do that.
Besides shooting and dressing appropriately, Josh’s interests include cooking, hunting, writing, drawing and being a diehard autodidact. To that end, he enjoys discussing everything and anything firearms-related with both experts and gun muggles. We’ll be setting Josh up with his very own TTAG email — right after he clears our in-box. For now, you can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is an important addition to the TTAG team. Aside from our cadre of crack commentators, we’ve had considerable success publishing user-generated content: editorials, reviews, captions, 2A-related photos, memes and more. [Much of this content competes for prizes and all of our paid writers began this way or in the comments section.] Josh will help process reader submissions more quickly and efficiently, enhancing the TTAG community while keeping us up-to-date on news tips and industry comms.
As always, we thank our readers for their patronage. We couldn’t do this without you. We will continue to do our best to bring you the truth about guns, expanding content while maintaining quality. Rock and roll.