This Week in Hate Mail

Here at guns.com we receive our fair share of hate mail and we would like to share some of these communications with you from time to time.  This is not to stir up controversy but it is more to give you, our audience, a sense of what guns.com is all about.  We will continue to post messages like this when we feel it is appropriate.  Please feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section below.

To give you a little context, the message was emailed to us through our recruiting email address.  Currently Guns.com is mounting an aggressive, now global campaign to find highly skilled writers (if you are a freelancer you may even have stumbled across one of our ads).

By that token, if you feel you’ve got the chops to write for Guns.com please send a resume and three writing samples to resumes@guns.com.  Samples should showcase your gun knowledge and/or your creative abilities.  We do not consider any applicants who do not supply these documents.

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