Research and Education

Firearms Policy Foundation conducts significant research in the areas of constitutional law, legislative history, and government policies and practices. FPF also provides funding for important third-party research.

As a byproduct of those efforts, FPF educates the public about important civil rights issues and government actions that do or could affect the free exercise of constitutional rights.

Our research and education programs are entirely publicly-funded. FPF receives no government grants or private foundation funding for this work – it’s entirely up to you.

Because Firearms Policy Foundation is a 501(c)3 tax exempt non-profit organization, your contributions are fully tax-deductible. Please support FPF’s research and education programs by making a donation today.

Research and Public Records


Public University Firearm Policies

Southeastern Conference (SEC)