Shooters: How Video Games Fund Arms Manufacturers

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The marketing of imitation adult products to children in the hope they will blossom into customers of the genuine article is widespread. The video game presents further opportunities for manufacturers to target young people.

And Barrett, creator of the M82, a shoulder-mounted, .50-caliber semi-automatic sniper rifle, hopes that the appearance of its weapon in a video game will, in time, turn young players into gun owners.

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when gamers will come to own a .50 caliber sniper ... by John Sanchez Jr. on Thursday, Jan 31, 2013 at 11:48:04 PM