Apparently, this was originally showcased back at E3, but an announcement just went out that Crave has grabbed the NRA license for a National Rifle Association-themed PS2 game named 'NRA Gun Club'.

According to the really darn exciting description: "This target shooter allows gamers to enter the shooting range, steady their nerves, and take aim at the bull's-eye and score in a wide variety of competitive environments." Yep, no people, no hijackers, no aliens - just responsible marksmanship, as befits the NRA's levelheaded executive. Or something.

GameSpy has a mini preview, for the intrigued, and WorthPlaying has some more screens.

We'll end with a gorgeously downplayed quote from Mike Marcellin, Managing Director of the National Rifle Association: "In keeping with the NRA mission, this game tests marksmanship in a sporting environment and emphasizes responsible use of firearms. This is a fun and exciting game, challenging all ages and all levels of firearms proficiency." Apparently no Charlton Heston cameo, mind you.