Strykers Shooting World has the only indoor shooting range in southern New Mexico; come enjoy shooting in a climate controlled, wind-free, brightly-lit range. The range has six lanes, each with its own shooting table and target retrieval system. The length of the range is twenty-five yards, and features distance markers on the floor and walls, including a special set of markers to identify the distance an applicant must shoot at to qualify for a concealed carry license in New Mexico.
Use of the range is only $20 per person, per day, and you may leave and return on the same day for no additional charge. Everyone is required to have eye and ear protection, which must be worn at all times while on the range. Also, all visitors are required to fill out a brief liability waiver and watch an eight-minute safety video before their first visit to the range.
Please note that we do not allow first-time range visitor arrivals within one hour of our normal closing time. The cutoff for first-time range visitor arrivals is 5pm Tuesday through Friday, and 4pm on Saturday.
We allow all handgun calibers, and most rifles up to approximately 3,000 fps muzzle velocity. AR-style rifles are allowed. We do not allow steel-cored or steel-cased ammunition on the range. All shotgun ammo and black powder firearms are also prohibited. We have firearms available to rent, and if shooting is becoming a growing hobby of yours, we have range memberships available which will save you money compared to paying for every visit. Click here for more info about memberships. If you have any questions about the range, please call us at 575-523-2424.
A: Absolutely, provided that it is in good working order.
A: We allow all handgun types and calibers and all rifles types up to a muzzle velocity of approximately 3,000 feet per second. Shotguns, handguns with shotgun ammo, black-powder pistols, and black-powder rifles are not allowed.
A: Certainly! We offer a wide selection of rental firearms, including revolvers, semi-auto handguns, AR-15s, and AK-47s. We also rent suppressors and full-auto rifles. Rental calibers range from 22LR to 5.56×45. Rental costs are $15 per handgun and suppressor, $20 per rifle, and $50 per full-auto rifle. Packages are available to make renting simple. When renting a firearm from us, you will be required to purchase our ammo for the rented firearm.
A: To be allowed on the range we will require a current, government-issued ID; hearing protection; and eye protection. Shooters will also be required to fill out a short waiver, and watch an eight-minute safety video. While this is all that is technically required, You’ll probably also want targets. You may bring your own paper or cardboard targets, or purchase them once you are here. We also have a selection of hearing and eye protection available for purchase.
A: Yes. The range provides an ideal testing ground for your reloading experiments. Shooters will be liable for any damage caused by faulty reloads.
A: Generally, Yes, If you trust their reloading abilities and are willing to be liable for any damage caused by their errors. However, please note that we are not allowing reloaded ammo purchased from The D.A.M. Ammo company to be used on the range at this time.
A: It is our policy to allow factory-loaded ammo from reliable manufacturers to be fired on our range (within type and caliber restrictions). You may bring your own ammo, or purchase it from us. The only ammo not allowed on the range is that consisting of steel-cored bullets or having steel jackets. If you have any doubts about your ammo, simply run a magnet over it. If the ammo is attracted to the magnet in any way, it will not be allowed in the range. Please also be aware that any ammo you bring with you to the range will be subject to the same test before being allowed in. We are also not allowing reloaded ammo from The D.A.M. Ammo company at this time.
A: Yes, you may police your own brass – provided that it has fallen behind the firing line – once your shooting session is concluded. If you are not interested in keeping your brass you may simply leave it on the floor and we will recycle it.
A: The range is 25 yards long.
A: The range provides lanes for 6 active shooters at any one time. It has generally been our policy to allow 2 people to use one lane, provided that they are taking turns firing. Please note that the range rental fee is per person, not per lane.
A: Children ages 8 and above may use the range accompanied by an adult parent or legal guardian. In addition to the normally required paperwork, a minor release form will need to be filled out and signed by the adult parent or legal guardian.
A: The range is public, and anyone may use it provided they are able to provide a current, Government-issued ID, bring or purchase hearing and eye protection, fill out the required paperwork, and watch an 8-minute safety video. We do offer memberships for those who are interested, please scroll to the bottom of this page for information on membership options. Lane reservations are only available to range members.
A: Presently the only discounts offered are on the Guardian membership – see below