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The Keefe Report: Welcome to the Snark Tank—I Don’t Actually Hate Colt’s

A reader questions Editor-in-Chief Mark Keefe about his seemingly sarcastic commentary on outdoor television regarding Colt firearms, prompting this reply.

The Keefe Report: Agent Rossi’s—and the NRA National Firearms Museum's—Next Gun

This SIG Sauer 1911 Tac Ops pistol is identical to the one that will be carried by the "Criminal Minds" character played by Joe Mantegna—who stopped by the NRA National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, Va. today.

The Keefe Report: “It’s Me Bren Gun”

At least one observant American Rifleman reader noticed that the “Opening Shot” for the July 2015 issue had a reference to a quirky, somewhat violent, movie involving petty British criminals.

The Lee-Enfield: The Greatest Bolt-Action of the Great War

Tonight on MidwayUSA's Gun Stories, Mark Keefe appears as a subject-matter expert on his favorite early 20th century military rifle, the Lee-Enfield.

Talking with Joe Mantegna

Mark Keefe interviews actor and shooter Joe Mantegna about guns, television and freedom.

Meeting with Fat Tony

All things, apparently, are a matter of perspective. When I told my teenage son that I was going to interview Emmy-nominated and Tony-award-winning actor, producer and writer Joe Mantegna, the first words out of his mount were, “Hey, isn’t he Fat Tony on the ‘Simpsons’?”

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