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Attention Residents of Sandoval County

There will be a resolution proposed on Thursday February 21st at the Sandoval County Commission Chambers at 6pm for Sandoval County to become a sanctuary county. The address for those who can attend is 1500 Idalia Rd. Rio Rancho, NM-Building D. Please email or call your respective commissioner to politely express your support of the […]

Bill to ban coyote killing contests passes first committee

SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – A new law is making its way through the Roundhouse that would make it illegal to organize or participate in coyote killing contests.

The inspiration behind this bill came after the sponsors heard reports of people leaving behind dead coyotes without regard after a contest.

“There was news reports […]

New Mexico County Declares Itself “2nd Amendment Sanctuary State”

Quay County in eastern New Mexico has declared itself a “Second Amendment Sanctuary County” in protest of pending gun control legislation in the state.

The Quay County Commission voted unanimously to pass the resolution, as reported by Albuquerque’s KRQE-TV.

Curry and Union Counties passed similar situations earlier this week and Eddy County […]

New Distinguished New Mexican Shooters

CMP Distinguished Rifleman Award

The CMP extends its congratulations to the following competitors for achieving this prestigious status! The most recent shooters to earn Distinguished Badges are listed below. To view the official list of all Distinguished shooters, visit http://ct.thecmp.org/app/v1/index.php?do=reportDistinguishedShootersByCriteria. Junior Air Rifle Distinguished Badge #1373 Genavive Currell, Rio Rancho, NM #1374 Joab […]

CALL TO ACTION: Anti-Gun Bills to be Heard Monday

On Monday, the House Judiciary Committee will hear four Bloomberg backed gun control bills (See Below) and we need to take action! Here is how you can make the difference:

STEP ONE: Stop the overreach and help NMSSA fight by signing the petition to tell Santa Fe that New Mexicans don’t want Michael Bloomberg […]

House Consumer and Public Affairs Committee Passes Bloomberg Anti-Gun Agenda on a 3-2 Vote

On Thursday evening, the House Consumer and Public Affairs Committee voted to sail through multiple bills backed by New York billionaire Michael Bloomberg. The following bills were supported by Representatives Liz Thomson (D-Albuquerque) House District 24, Andrea Romero (D-Santa Fe) House District 46, and Angelica Rubio ( D-Las Cruces) House District 35.

House Bill […]

Dems Announce New Federal Gun Storage Legislation (Fines, Forfeiture & Jail Time for Noncompliance)

by JOHN THOMAS on JANUARY 21, 2019

Sen. Blumenthal (D-CT) calls for gun control legislation at a meeting in December 2018

U.S. Sens. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) and Chris Murphy (D-CT), announced last Friday at a press conference that they are co-sponsoring new federal legislation that would mandate how firearms should be stored by owners.

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Help Us Fight Restrictive Firearm Bills Today (and Thursday)!

During her opening speech, New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham called legislators to pass several gun control proposals that have been filed in the New Mexico Legislature. Some of proposals include a “universal background check,” a bill that would requires federal firearm licensed dealers to pay a $200 fee annually to establish a system […]

Sheriffs upset they were barred from House gallery Tuesday – Thursday Update

SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – As hundreds flooded the Roundhouse to take part in the first day of the new session, there were visitors who were shut out of the action Tuesday.

Sheriffs came to the Roundhouse to meet with lawmakers and listen to the governor’s speech, but because they were armed, they were […]

Feinstein’s 2019 Assault Weapons Ban Targets Pistol Braces, Amongst the Usual Suspects

by MAX SLOWIK on JANUARY 10, 2019

Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) is leading another push to introduce a sweeping “assault weapons” ban that targets the most popular rifles in circulation today. The Assault Weapons Ban of 2019 greatly expands on the 1994 ban and has no sunset provision.

“Last year we saw tens of […]