Shooting Ranges

The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish promotes and supports the development of safe, accessible target and sport-shooting facilities by taking a leadership role in partnering with ranges, industry, and communities. The Department provides statewide range development assistance through a variety of technical, educational and financial resources consistent with our goal of preserving current shooting opportunities while developing new ones, all available to present and future generations.

Department Ranges

Clovis Wing Shooting Complex and Archery Range

726 County Road 17, Clovis, NM 88101
Open 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday
Fees: $50 for 100 sporting clays, $25 for 50 sporting clays
$15 per day for pellet gun or archery ranges
$8 for a round of trap or skeet
For more range information, contact the City Parks and Recreation Department, 575-769-4800.
General Clovis Wing Shooting Complex and Archery Range Rules
See map below for directions.

12-station sporting clays course. Rules.
Four Trap and Skeet overlay fields. Rules.
Indoor Archery Range. Rules.
Indoor Pellet Gun Range. Rules.
Multipurpose Building.
This range was constructed using City of Clovis funds and a Department of Game and Fish grant from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Wildlife and Sportfish Restoration Program.

Stephen M. Bush Memorial Shooting Range

53 Lake Hwy, Clayton, NM
Open Dawn to Dusk
General SMBM Shooting Range Rules
See map below for directions.

200 Yard Rifle Range:12 firing points, target foundations at 25, 50, 100 and 200 yards. Rules.
50 Yard Smallbore Range: 25 firing points, target foundation at 25 and 50 yards. Rules.
50 Yard Pistol Range: 25 firing points, firing lines at 3, 7, 15, 25 and 50 yards. Rules.
Primitive areas for Shotgun and Archery.
All stationary ranges will accommodate target frames made from 2×2 lumber. Find plans here.
A special thank you to Susie M. Bush for the donation of the property and funds to construct this range. This donation was matched with NM Department of Game and Fish – Game Protection funds and US Fish & Wildlife – Wildlife and Sportfish Restoration funds.

Tres Piedras

Hwy 64, 3 miles east of Tres Piedras
Open Dawn to Dusk
200 Yard Sight-in Range with shooting benches
Tres Piedras Shooting Range Rules
See map below for directions.

Find more available ranges below.

Statewide Ranges

The Department recommends shooters call the range for hours, fee structure, membership requirements and type and caliber of firearms allowed. The Bureau of Land Management has several areas designated for shooting. Contact your local BLM district office for locations

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Have Questions?

Cody Johnston
Shooting Program Coordinator, Information and Education Division
Phone: (505) 412-7785