Senator Lamar Alexander told MSNBC that games are a bigger problem than guns when it comes to gun violence.
NRA: Practice Range uses a low-rent shooter game as a bait-and-switch to educate users on the NRA and responsible gun ownership. While the intent is admirable, the app ultimately serves little purpose.
On the one-month anniversary of the school shooting, the NRA has released its own iPhone and iPad app, “NRA: Practice Range.” The iTunes rating system suggests that it’s appropriate for children as young as 4-years-old to play.
I’m not a member of the NRA. But if I were, I’d cancel my membership immediately. Violent games are not to blame for the Newton tragedy, and they won’t make anyone more proficient with firearms.
During its Friday news conference, the National Rifle Association pointed toward games and the media.