Given the gun control issue in the US recently, there would be no way that this would stay civilized in the main forum, so I'm putting this directly into PRSI so we won't have to worry about it. The NRA just released a new iPhone App, called "NRA: Practice Range". It should be available in the App Store now. While there is absolutely nothing violent about the app, as it has 3 different types of practice ranges: indoor, outdoor, and skeet shooting, plus tries to educate users about gun safety with tips and facts. Again, in my honest opinion nothing wrong there. What I think is the problem, is that the app appears to be targeted for users aged four and above. Yes: geared toward 4 and above. CultofMac and Appside have more info on the app. The debate here should simply be this: Parental controls aside, should we really be gearing apps like this and guns towards a target audience that isn't even in school yet? That seems rather tactless, especially given Sandy Hook.. BL.