NRA Release Shooting App For Kids 4-Years-Old And Up
Exactly one month after the Sandy Hook Massacre the NRA release an iPhone app that allows kids as young as 4 years old to shoot coffin shaped targets. Here is an excerpt going into more detail:
“Ready, aim, misfire! Exactly one month after the Newtown school massacre, the National Rifle Association has launched a free iPhone and iPad shooting game offering kids as young as 4 a chance to fire guns at coffin-shaped targets.
The free game, “NRA: Practice Range,” is offered on iTunes and allows would-be snipers to choose a weapon to fire at an indoor gun range, an outdoor range or for skeet shooting practice.
For 99 cents extra, players can “unlock” higher-capacity guns similar to one Adam Lanza used in the Sandy Hook massacre, including AK-47 assault rifles and an M-11 sniper rifles.”
Talk about having no respect for all those killed by gun violence this past year.
Releasing this app on the one-month anniversary of one of the biggest tragedies to hit the US in the last decade is really poor taste. But hey, we are Americans. We can do whatever we like.
Paul Hudson | Elite.