” The National Rifle Association, which has been critical of the gaming industry in the debate surrounding potential gun control legislation, has rolled out its own app where users can take target practice.
NRA: Practice Range, a new iTunes app released Sunday by the nation’s largest gun-industry lobby, offers users a shooting-practice feature, tips on safety training and a state-by-state gun law database.
The free app dispenses standard gun safety mantras before the user can begin to shoot: “Use only the correct ammunition for your gun;” “Never use alcohol or drugs before or while shooting;” “Know your target and what is beyond it.”
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