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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
 
 
PLEASE volunteer for the NMSSA !
 
We need your help to fight for our 2nd Amendment rights before they are taken away. 
 
The New Mexico legislature is already planning a lot of new Anti-gun legislation for the 2020 session in January. 


WE NEED TO GET THE WORD OUT TO AS MANY New Mexicans AS POSSIBLE ABOUT THESE BILLS.
 
We need volunteers to help work the NMSSA booth at the  New Mexico Gun Collector's Show, October 5th & 6th at the New Mexico Fair Grounds, Manual Lujan Building.
 
If you can help, even for a few hours, please email Zac Fort, President of the New Mexico Sports Shooting Association president@nmssa.org .

 
MESSAGE FROM NMSSA PRESIDENT - ZAC FORT

No other state has been impacted as much as New Mexico has by decisions of large retailers like Walmart to no longer sell firearms, stop sales certain types of ammunition, or to no longer allow open carry of firearms in their stores. Is this about "public safety?" Not in the least bit. Criminals aren't going to be foiled by Walmart no longer selling handgun ammunition. 


So why then are large retailers ending their sales of firearms and asking customers to not openly carry firearms in their stores? This is a coordinated effort to stigmatize firearm ownership. To push guns out of the public eye; to make you feel like social outcast for wanting to exercise your constitutional rights as the founders intend.

How then do we fight back? By being vocal public advocates for our rights. By getting involved in youth hunting and shooting sports. By inviting our friends and family who haven't shot a gun before to go the range. By supporting firearm retailers who support out rights.

New Mexico has a proud tradition of firearm ownership that spans cultures and generations. NMSSA and our members will fight to defend that legacy.


OUR VISION IS TO MAKE NMSSA A STATE-WIDE ASSOCIATION.

THE MORE MEMBERS WE HAVE THE MORE CLOUT WE HAVE IN SANTA FE


CLICK ON. 
https://nmssa.org/membership/    TO JOIN

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIPS ARE ONLY $25.


 

RED FLAG FAILURE: POLICE TAKE GUNS FROM ILLINOIS MAN, KILLS MOTHER WITH SAMURAI SWORD

A man in a Chicago suburb was arrested by police after killing his own mother by stabbing her repeatedly with a samurai sword in the chest.

Park Ridge Police had removed David Krystyniak’s firearms two times, with the last time being July 14th, 2019.

The man was mentally ill and had a long history with social workers and police for erratic behavior in the past.

The man was arrested on July 29 after a police officer and social worker driving by his home saw groceries strewn on the driveway.

They approached his door and asked if they could come in — the man agreed.

They walked into the home and found the body of his mother in a trash can in the living room.

Police said that she had been stabbed multiple times in the chest with a sword before her body was placed in the trash can.

Police reports indicated that the four guns were confiscated in 2017 and again in July of this year because David Krystyniak didn’t have a valid FOID card.

Now, not even two weeks after being disarmed by police, this mentally unwell man just found another weapon.

His mother wasn’t safe just because his guns were taken away…

People who are a threat to themselves or others won’t be stopped by Red Flags.

The abuses of Red Flag laws aside, they simply don’t accomplish what proponents claim they will.

If somebody is determined to hurt themselves or somebody else, they will just steal somebody else’s gun or find an alternative weapon.



 

RGH Foundation to host 5th annual Skeet Shoot to raise funds for local hospital

PORTALES, NM, August 19, 2019 – The RGH Foundation is hosting the 5th Annual Skeet Shoot to raise funds for Roosevelt General Hospital. All proceeds are used to enhance the patient’s experience during their visit. The shoot is scheduled for Saturday, September 14 at Idsinga Dairy located at 43351 US Highway 70 in Portales, New Mexico. 

Everyone is invited to participate in the ‘Shoot for Good Health’ fundraiser. New to this years skeet shoot is a women’s division—other divisions include youth, adult-mixed and team. You may register at the event or in advance by contacting Jeanette Orrantia at (575) 226-6669 or by email at jorrantia@myrgh.org. 

The five-hour event begins at 8 a.m. All first place winners receive a prize. Entry fees range from $35 to $175. Anyone under the age of 18 must present a hunter safety card during registration.

Last year, nearly $12,000 was raised at this event. Fundraising dollars have been used to purchase TVs for waiting areas and patient rooms, add new floors for inpatient area, acquire up-to-date physical therapy equipment, add comfortable reclining chairs in patient rooms, and upgrade the patient rooms in behavioral health with more suitable and inviting accommodations, plus much more. “Items purchased by the Foundation for the hospital and clinic improve the overall patient experience by providing our patients with items that make their stay more comfortable and enjoyable,” stated Jeanette Orrantia, executive director of RGH Foundation. 

In addition to the skeet shoot, a variety of guns will be raffled to help raise funds including a Henry Repeating Arms 357 Mag, 9MM Glock with USA flag imprint, and a 9MM Ruger. The Foundation will also raffle off a YETI cooler. Raffle tickets range in price from $10-$35. To purchase a raffle ticket, call 575-226-6669. 

Idsinga Dairy, C&S, Your First Choice 4 Realty LLC, American National Insurance, White Rock Crushing, LLC, Scott & Debbie Reeves, and Edward Jones Investments are generous sponsors for this year’s fundraiser event.

The members of the RGH Foundation volunteer their time and efforts and are not compensated for their work. The Foundation, which has existed since 2011, is comprised of concerned members of the community who want to ensure citizens of Roosevelt County have access to quality health care. 

For more information about the RGH Foundation, visit www.myrgh.org/RGH-Foundation.

Mass Shootings in Gun-Free Zones from The American Spectator
By George Parry

Consider this excerpt from the “manifesto” issued by the shooter who

murdered 22 people in an El Paso, Texas, Walmart store:

Remember: it is not cowardly to pick low hanging fruit. AKA (sic) Donʼt

attack heavily guarded areas to fulfll (sic) your super soldier COD [Call of

Duty first person shooter video game] fantasy. Attack low security

targets. Even though you might out gun a security guard or police man,

they likely beat you in armor, training and numbers. Do not throw away

your life on an unnecessarily dangerous target. If a target seems too hot,

live to fight another day.

According to ABC News, El Paso law enforcement officials advise that,

moments before his killing rampage, the shooter cased the Walmart

“looking for Mexicans.” While that may be so, it is nevertheless true that,

consistent with his “manifesto,” his recon was also calculated to make sure

that he would be attacking in a low-security area. In that regard, the

Walmart store had no armed security guard, no police presence, and was

located in a shopping mall that was a self-proclaimed “gun-free zone.”

Similarly, in the Dayton, Ohio mass shooting, which immediately

followed the El Paso murders, the victims were attacked as they exited a

nightspot that was a gun-free zone. And, in the Garlic Festival shootings in

Gilroy, California, the victims were trapped inside a fenced area

after going through metal detectors to make sure that they were disarmed.

The shooter avoided the metal detectors by cutting through the fence and

then attacking a victim pool that the Gilroy authorities had rendered

incapable of defending themselves.

So it is that these most recent massacres share the one common element

of almost all mass casualty shootings: gun-free zones.

According to the Crime Prevention Research Center, between 1950 and

2018 97.8 percent of all mass public shootings occurred in gun-free

zones. Similarly, in the 20 states that allow teachers to be armed, there have

been no school shootings (as well as no accidents or injuries caused by

firearms possessed by teachers).

In addition to the El Paso shooterʼs “manifesto,” there is abundant anecdotal

evidence that mass casualty shooters prefer gun-free zones. For example,

in 2016, Dearborn Heights, Michigan, the shooter had an online discussion

with an undercover FBI agent in which he discussed his

plan for a “martyrdom operation” by attacking a Detroit church. He told the

agent that this would be an easy target because “people are not allowed to

carry guns in church.” Fortunately, he was arrested before he

could achieve martyrdom.

Similarly, in 2015, a man murdered six people in a Santa Barbara,

California, gun-free zone. In his 141-page “manifesto,” he explained that in

planning his attack he had decided against launching it in other locations

where someone with a gun might be present to cut short his killing spree.

In the 2012 Aurora, Colorado, theater massacre, the killerʼs diary showed

that he had decided against attacking an airport because of its “substantial

security.” And, out of the seven movie theaters within 20 minutes of the

shooterʼs home, he chose the only one that had posted signs declaring it to

be a gun-free zone.

Given this record, anyone concerned with eliminating — or at least

substantially reducing — mass public shootings must ask whether or not

gun-free zones pose a danger to the public by attracting killers who prefer

an unarmed victim pool and should give serious consideration to the

following propositions:

 First, however well-intended, gun-free zones do not work. While they

might provide symbolic or emotional comfort to those who fear

firearms, they have no real-world practical effect other than to

encourage law-abiding armed citizens to stay away.

a. Mass casualty shooters have overwhelmingly elected to carry out their

attacks in gun-free zones.

b. Relative to all of the other proposed solutions to the problem of mass

public shootings, the elimination of gun-free zones would

be comparatively simple and inexpensive.

c. Eliminating the demonstrably ineffective gun-free zones would

cause no permanent or substantial damage or loss to owners of such

properties.

The elimination of gun-free zones may not prove to be the definitive answer,

but the evidence indicates that it should be tried. Otherwise we will attempt

the same old failed solutions over and over again while expecting a different

result. To continue doing that is the very definition of insanity.

So, while our politicians contemplate possible measures to reduce mass

casualty attacks, they should consider passing laws that would impose

criminal and civil penalties on any and all private persons and government

officials who create and maintain gun-free zones without simultaneously

providing effective armed security for all individuals while they are inside

such hazardous man-made potential killing fields.

Certainly the data and historical precedent support affixing such legal

responsibility. If that happens, in addition to criminal prosecutions of those

who establish gun-free zones, the ever-vigilant plaintiffsʼ bar could be

expected to happily promote public safety by suing such miscreants into

oblivion.

George Parry is a former federal and state prosecutor. He is a regular

contributor to the Philadelphia Inquirer and blogs

at knowledgeisgood.net. He may be reached by email

at kignet1@gmail.com.

The CMP is giving CMP affiliated clubs the opportunity to notify surrounding area clubs about their upcoming CMP Sanctioned Matches.

The Piedra Vista High School is holding a 2019 Four Corners Invitational on 10/18/19.  The location of the range is: 5700 College Blvd, Farmington, NM.  

For more information you may contact the match director: David Naber at dnaber@fms.k12.nm.us.

For information on holding your own CMP affiliated match please check out the CMP Competitions Webpage at http://thecmp.org/competitions/

 Roswell Gun Club 

Incorporated 1961 

2O19 Match Schedule 

Post Office Box 1482 

Roswell, NM 88202 

www.RoswellGunClub.com 

Secretary, Ron Courts, (575) 626-0754
 

LOCATION: On US-70, 3½ miles east of US-285; turn south through yellow gate. 

Most matches are held year-around {National Match Course Competitions and Junior Program excepted}. No regularly scheduled match will be cancelled short of disastrous issues. If in doubt, call Match Director. Shooters with firearms/loads damaging targets are subject to disqualification by Match Directors and billing for repair of damage. 

-> Public is Welcome to All Matches <- 

WEDNESDAY before 1ST SATURDAY: 

Retiree or `O-F ’ Low Power Silhouette: Range #6; same match as listed for 1st Saturday. `Match Winner’, `Class Winner’, and `In-a-Row’ pins available. { * } Match Director; Ron Young , (575) 626-2441. 

1ST FRIDAY: 

`O-F ’.22 Benchrest Match: Sight-In, Range One. Practice is available after 7:30am; Match starts at 9:00am. Three classes; Sporting, up to 7½ pounds with scope no more than 6 power; 10.5 lbs. Class with scope of any power; Unlimited Weight Class with open scope power; and an Open Sights, any rifle class. Targets cost $0.50; no Match Fee. Bring Your own sand bags and target stand. Match Director, Doug Mathis, (575) 840-7050. 

1ST SATURDAY: 

Low Power Silhouette: Range #6. Practice 7:30am, match starts 9:00am. 40 rounds offhand, current NRA Pistol Silhouette Rules apply with exception of equipment, and ammunition, which requires a rifle with any sight, loaded single shot. With the exception of .22 Hornet, all cartridges must have case length 1.4" or less. .222 Rem. and .223 Rem. are `OK’ as long as fired with LEAD (CAST) BULLET ONLY. Shooters will be required to set their own targets. Course of fire: 10 chickens @ 40m; 10 pigs @ 50m; 10 turkeys @ 75m; and 10 rams @ 100m. Classifications: First time shooters, Unclassified, “B” Class = 0-14 scored hits, “A” Class = 15-20, “AA” Class = 21-27, “AAA” Class = 28-33, and Master Class = 34-40. Awards will be given for overall high scorer, and for first place in each class. Match fee $6.00; free to first time shooters. Cartridges and loads will be determined suitable by the Match Director, Alan Bloomer, (575) 623-1873. 

1ST SUNDAY: 

.22 Hunter Pistol, Center Fire Hunter Pistol, .22 Cowboy Rifle Silhouette, and Cowboy Low Power Silhouette: Range #6. Practice @ 7:30am. . Center-fire Hunter Pistol and 22 Hunter Pistol Match begins at 9:00 A.M. .22 Cowboy Silhouette held in conjunction with .22 Hunter Pistol Matches, Cowboy "Low Power" match held in conjunction with Big Bore Hunter Pistol. Course of fire: Same as Low Power Silhouette above. Equipment for Hunter Pistol: No sight restrictions, 10” maximum barrel lengths. Match fee $6.00. Match Director, James Cravener, (575) 622-4097. 

.Cowboy Silhouette: Cowboy .22 Silhouette Equipment: Tube fed lever or pump action rifles, or era type single shots, firing .22 Rimfire ammunition only (No magnums!), no bolt action or semi automatic rifles. Cowboy `Low-Power’: Limited to Cowboy type firearms (lever action, etc.) firing pistol cartridge length ammo. Junior shooters may shoot non-standard rifles with the approval of the Match Director. Awards presented as in “Low Power” Match listed above. Fees: $6.00 Adult, $3.00 Junior. No charge to first time participants. 

WEDNESDAY before 2nd SATURDAY: 

`O-F’ Any .22 Long Rifle Cartridge Match: Range #6 (occasionally Range #3) (Same as the Dennis Sullivan 22LR Cartridge (100m) Silhouette Match, on 4th Saturday). Match Director O. L. Adcock, (575) 625-6908 

(Note: This particular Wednesday match may vary monthly depending upon where the 2nd Saturday falls, check with Match Director before making plans) 

2nd SATURDAY

Bench-Rest Chicken Match: Range #5. Practice @ 7:30am. Course of fire is Low Power: 3x3" Small Plates at 200; 4x4" Steel Plates at 300; 4x5" at 385, and 8x10" at 500 meters. The shooter is allowed 2½ minutes to fire 5 rounds. No "Armor Piercing" type ammo may be used. Target damaging loads will be determined by the Match Director and cannot be used. Match starts at 9:00 A.M.," NRA Rules apply where applicable. Match fee $6.00, free to first time shooters. Match Director Bill Kennedy, (575) 627-5989. 

Steel Challenge Match: Range #7, Sign-up a half-hour before start at 8:00am. Four stages of fire. Rules & regs per SCSA. Recommend at least 125 rounds. May use any safe handgun, center-fire of 9mm/.38Spcl. or larger, and .22LR rimfire handguns & rifles are welcome too. This is a fun match but SAFETY is rigidly enforced. Eye & Ear Protection is Required. Match fee is $8.00, Juniors $8.00; $5.00 for a second division. Match Director, Norm Purcella, (575) 625-2825. 

2nd SUNDAY: 

Military Rifle - Cast Bullets Only: Range #3. Practice at 7:30am; Match starts @ 9:00am. Original receiver/barrels, with original as issued sights, stock and trigger modification are allowed. Cast bullets only, no military ball ammo or jacketed loads allowed. Match Fee is $6.00. For additional information, contact Match Director, Virdis Isler, (575) 840-6366. 

WEDNESDAY before 3rd SUNDAY: 

`O-F’ Cowboy Rifle Silhouette: Range #3. Same as the Cowboy Rifle Silhouette match held on 3rd Sunday. Match Winner, Class Winner, and "In-a-Row" pins available (*).

WEDNESDAY before 4th Sunday: 

`O-F’ Cast Bullet Only Match: Range #3. Same as cast Bullet Only Match held on 4th Sunday except that there is no charge for this Match. Match Winner, Class Winner, and "In-a-Row" pins available (*). Match Director; Ron Young, (575) 626-2441. 

4TH FRIDAY

`O-F’ Any Rifle, Iron Sight Bench Rest Match: Range #5. Full Size Silhouette Targets. Practice at 07:30 Match starts at 09:00am. No Fee; Match Director, Scott Davis, (575) 840-6143. 

4th SATURDAY: 

Dennis Sullivan 22 Long Rifle Cartridge (100m) Silhouette Match: Range #6. Practice @ 7:30 a.m., match begins at 9:00. Course of fire same as "Low Power" Rifle Match (1st Saturday). Shooters will be responsible for resetting targets. Any .22 Rimfire firearm (except magnums) will be eligible to compete, separate classes for scope/iron sights. Classifications same as those listed under "Low Power" Match above. Awards also presented as in “Low Power” Match. Match fee $6.00, free to first time shooters. Match Director, Roy Hayes, (575) 420-0625 

Three Gun Match: Range #7. Sign up at 8:00 a.m., Match at 9:00. AR Style Rifle, Tactical Shotgun, Combat Pistol. A fun match, but SAFETY is constantly monitored and rigidly enforced. Visitors are welcome. Eye and ear protection is required. Match fee is $15.00. Juniors fee of $8.00. Contact Match Director, Danny Moore, (575) 910-8138. 

4TH SUNDAY

Any Rifle, Any Sight, Cast Bullet Only Match: Range #3. Practice 7:30 AM, Match starts at 9:00. Same as Cowboy 30-30 Match (3rd Sunday), except that any rifle, with any sight may be used providing a cast bullet is used. Separate classes for scope/iron sights. Match Fees $6.00 adult, $3.00 juniors. Free to first time shooters. Prizes awarded as in "Low Power" Match. Match Director Bill Kennedy, (575) 627-5989. 

5th SATURDAY AND & OR 5th SUNDAY: 

`O-F’: Special events, or Miscellaneous "Fun Matches," most likely held on these days. Presently, the 5th Saturdays are a 3-Gun Match, {Danny Moore (575) 910-8138}, and Cowboy 200 meter silhouette matches with rifles using Pistol Cartridges (see Cowboy Rifle Silhouette, 3rd Sunday) on Range #3. Contact Ernie Edmonston at, (575) 622-3328. 5th Sundays, are 500m Iron Sight Rifle Benchrest, James Cravner, (575) 622-4097; These matches are free.

WEDNESDAY before 4th Sunday: 

`O-F’ Cast Bullet Only Match: Range #3. Same as cast Bullet Only Match held on 4th Sunday except that there is no charge for this Match. Match Winner, Class Winner, and "In-a-Row" pins available (*). Match Director; Ron Young, (575) 626-2441. 

4TH FRIDAY

`O-F’ Any Rifle, Iron Sight Bench Rest Match: Range #5. Full Size Silhouette Targets. Practice at 07:30 Match starts at 09:00am. No Fee; Match Director, Scott Davis, (575) 840-6143. 

4th SATURDAY: 

Dennis Sullivan 22 Long Rifle Cartridge (100m) Silhouette Match: Range #6. Practice @ 7:30 a.m., match begins at 9:00. Course of fire same as "Low Power" Rifle Match (1st Saturday). Shooters will be responsible for resetting targets. Any .22 Rimfire firearm (except magnums) will be eligible to compete, separate classes for scope/iron sights. Classifications same as those listed under "Low Power" Match above. Awards also presented as in “Low Power” Match. Match fee $6.00, free to first time shooters. Match Director, Roy Hayes, (575) 420-0625 

Three Gun Match: Range #7. Sign up at 8:00 a.m., Match at 9:00. AR Style Rifle, Tactical Shotgun, Combat Pistol. A fun match, but SAFETY is constantly monitored and rigidly enforced. Visitors are welcome. Eye and ear protection is required. Match fee is $15.00. Juniors fee of $8.00. Contact Match Director, Danny Moore, (575) 910-8138. 

4TH SUNDAY

Any Rifle, Any Sight, Cast Bullet Only Match: Range #3. Practice 7:30 AM, Match starts at 9:00. Same as Cowboy 30-30 Match (3rd Sunday), except that any rifle, with any sight may be used providing a cast bullet is used. Separate classes for scope/iron sights. Match Fees $6.00 adult, $3.00 juniors. Free to first time shooters. Prizes awarded as in "Low Power" Match. Match Director Bill Kennedy, (575) 627-5989. 

5th SATURDAY AND & OR 5th SUNDAY: 

`O-F’: Special events, or Miscellaneous "Fun Matches," most likely held on these days. Presently, the 5th Saturdays are a 3-Gun Match, {Danny Moore (575) 910-8138}, and Cowboy 200 meter silhouette matches with rifles using Pistol Cartridges (see Cowboy Rifle Silhouette, 3rd Sunday) on Range #3. Contact Ernie Edmonston at, (575) 622-3328. 5th Sundays, are 500m Iron Sight Rifle Benchrest, James Cravner, (575) 622-4097; These matches are free.

 
SHOOTING EVENTS
SEND YOUR EVENTS TO recordingsecretary@nmssa.org

 

SHOOTING EVENTS INFO COURTESY OF SOUTHWEST GUNSMITH TECHNOLOGIES - swguntech.com 


Sat 14TH SEP - EMPSC USPSA at Founders ranch 9:00 AM- 1:00 PM
Wed 18TH SEP - EMPSC USPSA match at Mags indoor shooting range 5:30 PM- 8:30 PM
Thu 19TH SEP - Calibers Cutler fun shoot 5:00 PM- 8:00 PM
Sat 21ST SEP -  IDPA Match Del Norte Range 8:30 AM- 9:30 AM

Sat 21ST SEP - Rio Grande Practical Shooting club 3rd Saturday ABQ city Range 8:30 AM- 2:00 PM
Sun 22ND SEP - Rimfire/Steel Challenge Founders Ranch 8:30 AM- 2:00 PM
Tue 24TH SEP - Calibers Coors Fun Shoot 5:00 PM- 8:00 PM
Sat 28TH SEP - EMPSC USPSA at Founders Ranch 9:00 AM- 1:00 PM

Wed 2ND OCT - EMPSC USPSA match at Mags indoor shooting range 5:30 PM- 8:00 PM MAGS Indoor Shooting Range, Moriarty
Thu 3RD OCT -  Calibers Cutler fun shoot 5:00 PM- 8:00 PM
Sat 5TH OCT - IDPA Match Del Norte Range 8:00 AM- 9:00 AM
Sat 5TH OCT - RGPSC Rio Grande Practical Shooting club 1st Saturday ABQ city Range 8:30 AM- 2:00 PM


Tue 8TH OCT - Calibers Coors Fun shoot 5:00 PM- 8:00 PM
Sat 12TH OCT -  EMPSC USPSA at Founders ranch 9:00 AM- 1:00 PM
Wed 16TH OCT - EMPSC USPSA match at Mags indoor shooting range 5:30 PM- 8:30 PM
Thu 17TH OCT -  Calibers Cutler fun shoot 5:00 PM- 8:00 PM
Sat 19TH OCT - IDPA Match Del Norte Range 8:30 AM- 9:30 AM
Sat 19TH OCT - Rio Grande Practical Shooting club 3rd Saturday ABQ city Range 8:30 AM- 2:00 PM

Tue 22ND OCT - Calibers Coors Fun Shoot 5:00 PM- 8:00 PM
Sat 26TH OCT - EMPSC USPSA at Founders Ranch 9:00 AM- 1:00 PM 
Sat 26TH OCT - EMPSC USPSA match at Founder ranch 9:30 AM- 1:30 PM

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Del Norte Gun Club - 

.22 Tactical Rimfire Match Bays 7-9 -  SEPT 21 @ 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
.22 Precision Rimfire Match - 15 Position 100yd Rifle Range - SEPT 15 @ 8:00 am - 2:00 pm

IDPA Bays 1-4  - September 15 @ 8:00 am - 2:00 pm
Fullbore Rifle Match on 1000yd Range - SEPT 15 @ 8:00 am - 2:00 pm
F-Class Match on 1000yd Range -  SEPT 22 @ 8:00 am - 2:00 pm

CMP Match on 1000yd Range - October 6 @ 8:00 am - 2:00 pm
.22 Tactical Rimfire Match Bays 7-9 -  OCT 19 @ 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
.22 Precision Rimfire Match - 15 Position 100yd Rifle Range - OCT 19 @ 8:00 am - 2:00 pm
Fullbore Rifle Match on 1000yd Range - OCT 20 @ 8:00 am - 2:00 pm

For information on these and more events go to dngcnm.com 

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ZIA RIFLE & PISTOL CLUB MATCHES 
ADDRESS:  3615 Los Picaros Rd SE, Albuquerque, NM 87105 - SOUTH OF ABQ SUNPORT

GO TO http://www.ziarifleandpistolclub.com/wp-content/ziacurrentcalendar.pdf

  Action Handgun - SEPT 14 & 28  - 0900  Ron 293-3707

 3 Gun Tactical   SEPT 28  -  0800 - Set Up,  0900 - Match Jared:  jjmilinazzo@ gmail.com

 Sporting Clays - SEPT 15 -  Sign In: before 0915 Match: 0930 email sign in or questions:  - Lyn 269-1017    ziasignup@gmail.com

ARA Club Match -  SEPT 21 - Setup: 0715 Match: 0800 Johnny 828-2306


Hunter Pistol Silh. RF & CF Pistol cal. Levergun Silh.-  SEPT 15 - Setup 0800 Match 0900

Precision Tactical Rifle - SEPT 22  - Sign In 0845 Match 0900 Reid 269-9189

 Trap & Wobble Trap -  SEPT 22 -1000 - 1200 Jim 617-794-3006

Cowboy Rifle Long Range Pistol. -  SEPT 14 -  0900
Cowboy RF  SEPT 14 - 1300.      David 269-6578

Rimfire B/R - R&P -  - 0730 Setup 0800 Match Earl 265-8306Call Saturday or shoot will be canceled.

Action Revolver & Concealed -  - 0900 - Ron 293-3707

MR Prone F-Class - Sep 1 -  0800 John 414-7562

SB Rifle Silhouette -  0800 Setup 0900 Start Match Ann 235-3832
 

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Los Lunas Gun Club - http://www.llgc.wildapricot.org

BLACK POWDER SHOOT - Oct 5  - 9AM - 3PM

IDPA MATCH - [ RANGE CLOSED DURING MATCH]  - Sept 28 & Oct 26 - 8 AM - 3 PM

IDPA BUG MATCH   SEPT 22 - 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM

STEEL CHALLENGE - Oct 13 - 8:30 & 9 AM

BLACK POWDER SHOOT - NOV 2  - 9AM - 3PM
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Rio Grande Practical Shooting Club - FOR MORE INFO GO TO  rgpsc.com

Practical Shooting is on the first and third Saturday of each month. Setup begins at 8:30 a.m. and the match begins at 10:00 a.m.

1st and 3rd Saturdays  - Rio Grande Practical Shooting club - ABQ city Range

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CAPITAN HIGH POWER SHOOTING
- Entrance on US Hwy 380 is 3 miles east of Capitan, NM.


COMING EVENTS

 

7. The Capitan Hi-power Shooting Club is holding an EIC Service Rifle Match on September 29, 2019.  Match Begins: 8AM.

8.   - Long Range League

9.  - Smallbore League 

10. Sept. 14, 15 - Smallbore Clinic

11. September 21 - Work Day

12. Sept. 27, 28, 29 - The High Power Regional at Capitan and EIC match

13. October 5, 6 - New Mexico State F Class Championships

14. October 12, 13 - Smallbore Prone Conventional Regional

15. October 26 - High Power League

16. October 27 - Garand/Military/Vintage


17. The Capitan Hi-power Shooting Club, Inc. is holding an As-Issued Military Match on  10/27/19.  For more information you may contact the match director: Gary Shaver at  kllyshaver@yahoo.com

The location of the range is: Hwy 380, Capitan, NM.  Match Begins: 8:00AM.

For more information you may contact the match director: William Rodolph at  billr52@valornet.comor visit www.capitanhipower.com

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OTERO COUNTY RANGE - 19 Rockcliff Road
La Luz, NM 88337

The following are the monthly competitions held at the Otero County Rifle Range:

  • Cowboy Action on the 1st Saturday of each month
  • .22 Action Match on the 4th Saturday of each month
  • IPSC on the 4th Sunday of each month

Mark S. Douglas - Range Master/NRA Instructor  mdouglas@co.otero.nm.us

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Upcoming Local Registered Shotgun Shoots

Sporting Clays:
 

Del Norte Gun Club - SEPT 14 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Zia Gun Club  SEPT 15 -  Sign In: before 0915 Match: 0930 email sign in or questions:  - Lyn 269-1017   ziasignup@gmail.com
 
EDDIE COUNTY SHOOTING RANGE, LAKE ARTHUR, NM - SEPT 15

Tinnin Hunt Club - SEPT 21 & OCT 19 - Bosque, NM

Founders Ranch - OCT 5  - Edgewood, NM

Del Norte Gun Club - OCT 12 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Tinnin Hunt Club - OCT 19 - Bosque, NM

 

Trap:

SEPT  - OCT  Matches -  https://www.nmtrap.com/clubs.html
 

SILVER CITY - SEPT 14
FARMINGTON (ANNUAL) - SEPT 21 - 22
BELEN (BIG 50) - SEPT 28
ALBUQUERQUE - SEPT 28 - 29


NRA SW TRAPSHOOTING CHAMPIONSHIP -  WHITTINGTON CENTER - OCT 3-6

BELEN - OCT 12 - 13

RATON (AIM ONLY) - OCT 13

HOBBS (ANNUAL) - OCT 18 - 20

BELEN - OCT 26

ROSWELL - OCT 26

ALAMOGORDO - OCT 26 -27

ALBUQUERQUE - OCT 27

 

Skeet: 
 

THUNDER BIRD OPEN - SEP 13 - 15  - HIGH DESERT SPORTSMEN - Albuquerque Shooting Range Park

 

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