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.
Keefe Report: It Can’t Happen Here? It Already Did
In late February, a vicious home invasion resulted in George Digweed, MBE, one of the most accomplished shotgun shooters in the world, and his wife being badly beaten by four men.
Keefe Report: New Gun Company on the Block—Honor Defense
Over the past 24 years on American Rifleman, I have seen a lot of gun companies come and go. Some have become established brands. Some were crackpot ideas destined for the oddities case downstairs at NRA’ National Firearms Museum.
Keefe Report: A Gun Every American Should Know About
And it's not a firearm at all. It's an air rifle. A 22-shot, repeating large-caliber air rifle that is likely more important than even the venerable Hawken or Winchester lever-action in the Western expansion of our country
Keefe Report: “A Paintball on Steroids”
This week, “American Rifleman Television” will take you to Herstal, Belgium, for a look at the land, sea and air “Systems” FN builds for military customers around the world, including “pods” for helicopters and the remotely-fired FN DeFNnder.
Keefe Report: Shooting the Taurus Curve
Taurus is trying to get us to think out of the box with its new six-shot .380 ACP Curve pistol.
Keefe Report: Glock 43 Range Time
Next week we start an intense week of “American Rifleman Television,” and before wringing out the Glock G43 for the TV crew, I took it to the range for familiarization.
Keefe Report: John Garand’s “Other Gun”
I have held John C. Garand’s Garand—serial number 1,000,000—but today I was able to hold another of the great arms designer’s guns. And odds are it is not what you think.
Keefe Report: On the Range with the LWRC SIX8
The 6.8x43 mm SPC cartridge was designed to deliver improved terminal performance out of the AR-15/M16 platform, literally doubling the bullet weight over the conventional 5.56x45 mm, while still being able to use the same lower receiver.
Shooting the LWRCI M6 IC-PDW
How does shooting a full-auto 5.56 mm with an 8 1/2-inch barrel sound? Fun. And controllable.