The Keefe Report—2018: The New Gun Whiteout
The firearm industry is in a different place than it has ever been. It’s not necessarily a bad place, but one that requires some thought.
Keefe Report: Gratitude for Our First Freedom
On this day of Thanksgiving, be grateful for the Creator who granted the Right to Keep and Bear Arms to all free Americans. (Library of Congress image)
The Keefe Report: The Future of Colt
Colt is just more than a gun factory. It's the essence of Americana. Now, CZ Group is helping to build them up.
The Keefe Report: Proven—The FN America 509 Pistol
Despite Internet rumors that FN America had submitted the FN FiveseveN pistol for the Modular Handgun System (MHS) trial to be become the next U.S. service pistol, the gun actually put forward by FN was a 9 mm Luger.
The Keefe Report: Next Saint Marches In
We knew the Saint at launch was to be just the first of what would develop into a full line—and that line has expanded to include the Saint with Free Float Handguard.
The Keefe Report: Firing the Taurus G3 9 mm Pistol
The new Taurus G3 is a gun that fits into one of the most popular classes of defensive handgun, and that is the G19-sized pistol—big enough to be shot well but also still appropriate for daily carry.
The Keefe Report: The Colt Python is Back!
The most desirable of the “snake guns,” as Colt likes to call them, is back.
How The Irish Saved … NRA?
In 1871 William C. Church used an editorial in The United Sates Army and Navy Journal and Gazette of the Regular Forces and Volunteer Service to promote the idea that “An association should be organized … to promote rifle shooting on a scientific basis
How The Irish Saved ... NRA?
In 1871 William C. Church used an editorial in The United Sates Army and Navy Journal and Gazette of the Regular Forces and Volunteer Service to promote the idea that "An association should be organized ... to promote rifle shooting on a scientific basis
The Keefe Report: Stoeger Firearms
The company featured on this month’s cover has traveled an interesting road. It started on Fifth Avenue in New York City in 1918. That’s when Austrian immigrant Alexander F. Stoeger sent out his first fliers advertising guns and accessories.