The National Rifle Association’s Publications Division is pleased to announce Mark. A. Keefe, IV, has been appointed Editorial Director, succeeding John Zent, who held the post from 2004 until April of this year, retiring after nearly four decades as an NRA staff editor. Brian Sheetz will replace Mark Keefe as editor in chief of American Rifleman.
What’s more American than hunting? Well, nothing, except maybe shooting in general, but baseball is a close second. And with baseball season coming to its climax, it was of particular interest to us here at American Hunter to discover that Remington, who is currently celebrating 200 years of manufacturing some of America’s greatest firearms, actually got involved in another sport far from the shooting and hunting realm most associate with the firearm giant.
Having hunted farm ponds and cut corn of the central eastern United States, it doesn’t compare to the fowl bedrooms of the north. Christopher Olsen of American Rifleman learned as much when he traveled to Saskatchewan, Canada for the annual Waterfowl Conference, hosted by Sure-Shot Game Calls.
When you're offered a chance to bust some clays and raise money for a great cause while doing so, you don't say no. It was with that in mind that four members of the NRA Publications department ventured to Queenstown, Md., on Sept. 11, 2015, for the inaugural Benelli Invitational.