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Duke Center for Firearms Law
The Duke Center for Firearms Law is dedicated to the development of firearms law as a scholarly field. It seeks to do so through the development and support of reliable, original, and insightful scholarship, research, and programming on firearms law that will be useful to lawyers, policy makers, and the interested layperson.
Repository of Historical Gun Laws
The Repository of Historical Gun Laws is a database of gun laws from the medieval age to 1776 in England and from the colonial era to the middle of the 20th century in the United States. This repository is intended as a resource for scholars and practitioners interested in historical laws concerning firearms and other similar weapons.