The NRA makes a non violent first person shooter game

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In Gun Club players can practice shooting targets like paper bull’s eyes, flying clay discs and carnival targets with 100 types of realistic fire arms. What the NRA is really proud about and the emphasized over and over that “NRA Gun Club is void of blood and violence.” Surprisingly, the ESRB game NRA Gun Club an E-10 rating while most gun games have at least a T rating.

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