The National Rifle Association has launched a target range game for the iPhone and iPad.
The game, which simulates a shooting practice, has been approved for children as young as four.
Billed as the NRA's "new mobile nerve center," NRA: Practice Range, advertises that it "strikes the right balance of gaming and education" and delivers a "one-touch access to the NRA network of news, laws, facts, knowledge, safety tips, educational materials and online resources."
The player can practice shooting at targets, including some in the shape of coffins, and has a choice of nine firearms that includes the AK47 assault rifle and the MK11 sniper rifle.
This comes not even a month after the NRA press conference in which Wayne LaPierre, the vice president of the NRA and Bad TV Examiner's #1 most wanted infotainment instigator, blamed the "corrupt shadow industry" of violent video games for the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary.
If Wayne LaPierre were not already #1 on the list of most wanted infotainment instigators, this incredible bout of negligence and/or hypocrisy would have definitely warranted an amendment to the order.
The expectation for the NRA leadership has long been that they are well aware of where the root of America's problem with gun violence actually lies, but that they don't want it addressed because they're making money off of it.
This new development gives the impression that LaPierre and his cohorts have become so wrapped up in deliberately perpetuating the problem for money, that they are now even deliberately perpetuating what their propaganda machine claims is the real problem for money as well.
No word yet on whether or not NRA: Practice Range will have a "good guy with a gun" mode available by DLC.