http://money.cnn.com/2013/05/03/news/companies/guns-children/ [h=1]My First Rifle: The business of selling guns for kids[/h][h=2]The shooting of a two-year-old girl by her five-year-old brother has put a spotlight on smaller guns designed for children.[/h]The gun used in the recent shooting in Kentucky was a Crickett .22-caliber rifle, marketed with the slogan "My First Rifle," from Keystone Sporting Arms in Milton, Pa. The single-shot rifle uses the smallest caliber available and is sold by major retailers, including Wal-Mart (WMT, Fortune 500), Cabela's (CAB) and Gander Mountain. The Crickett website was down Friday due to "difficulties," according to John Renzulli, an attorney representing Keystone . But the site for Chipmunk, another Keystone brand, exhibited "quality firearms for America's youth" on its site, including .22-caliber rifles and pistols, with photos of children shooting them. The site includes a "kids corner" section. Renzulli insisted that the company is not marketing firearms to children. "No one's marketing to children," he said. "They're marketing to parents who would buy guns for children."