Range Orientation for February 8, 2020
Range Orientation for February 8 is a go. The road is fine.
Updated September 22nd, 2019
The New Mexico Big Horn Gun Club (NMBHGC) was founded by several local black powder shooters in 1977. The club is a non-profit organization, and is an NRA affiliated club. Club membership is open to the public, and new members are always welcomed. Our members come from all surrounding communities, including Edgewood, Moriarty, Tijeras, Santa Fe and Albuquerque.
The purpose of the NMBHGC is to promote the shooting sports and to provide a safe range facility for the enjoyment of its membership. The club sponsors various special events and activities throughout the year, including it’s annual black powder rendezvous, “The Cache Le Plew.”
The next meeting will be held on Thursday, February 6. This is our planning meeting to put events on the calendar for the year.
» Board meeting at 6:30
» General member meeting at 7:00.
Range Orientation & Range Cleanup
Saturday, February 8, 2019, 9 – 11 am.
» Range may be closed during cleanup.
Updated January 19th, 2020
Civilian Marksmanship Program Cerification
We are pleased to announce that the club has obtained certification with the Civilian Marksmanship Program. This certification will allow club members to purchase 1911 Handguns from the CMP up until October 4th. For more information on this program, visit the Civilian Marksmanship Program site. You may also view the club’s CMP Certiciation.
Updated September 20th, 2018
$5,000 Raised for the Torrance County Sheriff’s Department!
The New Mexico Big Horn Gun Club raised $5,000 at the Bean Valley Gun Show, and has given a grant to the Torrance County Sheriff’s Department. This money will go to support activities such as the Junior Deputy Program and the Women and Handgun’s Program. Thanks to all the volunteers and organizers for making this a success!