by David Safier
The NRA deplored the violence in video games not too long ago. Sunday it released NRA Practice Range which, according to its description, "also offers a 3D shooting game that instills safe and responsible ownership through fun challenges and realistic simulations." The coffin-shaped image at right is on the iTunes download page.
Move over Angry Birds. The game is rated for ages 4 and over. It's free, but if you pay an extra $0.99, you can unlock an MK11 sniper rifle. Fun for the whole family.