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Keystone Sporting Arms, the company that makes Crickett rifles for kids -- one comes in hot pink for girls -- has taken down the web site, YouTube, Twitter and Facebook pages it used to target its gun marketing at the under-10s.
Crickett's marketing is controversial because, as Mother Jones reported, the company had a "Kids Corner" on its site, and also carried customer photos of children and even babies carrying holding firearms.
Crickett's commercial even shows a mom accidentally pointing a rifle at her son's head:
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