New NRA gun app for children
The National Rifle Association criticized violent video games after the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting but now it is releasing a new mobile phone and tablet game that puts a virtual gun in the hands of users.
The app is for children, ages 4 and up.
Creators say it is about teaching gun safety but some argue the NRA is taking a big risk.
"In the past, they've pointed fingers at video games. They've pointed fingers at Hollywood for contributing to the recent violence, and with this app, they run the risk of sending conflicting messages," said Rachel Kay, Public Relations Strategist.
The NRA says there's no blood in the game and you're not shooting at people, only coffin shaped targets.