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NM CONCEALED CARRY

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Our concealed carry courses make sure your NM CCW permit is always up to date.

New Mexico Concealed Carry Course

The State of New Mexico requires concealed handgun carry permit applicants to take an initial 15-hour course in order to obtain their permit. Our Concealed Carry Course covers the required qualifications and fundamentals in accordance with the Concealed Handgun Carry Act of 2003. In addition to those qualifications, we also cover gun laws, use of force, where you can and cannot carry, safe gun storage and maintenance, and shooting fundamentals. Taking this class through Calibers comes with benefits that save you time and money. We have a Notary Public on-site and on-site digital fingerprinting.

New Mexico Concealed Carry 2 Year Refresher Course

The State of New Mexico requires concealed handgun carry permit holders to take a two-hour refresher course every two years following the issuance of an original or renewed CCW permit. This course covers any legal changes, where you can and cannot carry, along with a required qualification. Taking this class through Calibers comes with benefits that save you time and money. We have a Notary Public on-site and on-site digital fingerprinting.

New Mexico Concealed Carry 4 Year Renewal Course

The State of New Mexico requires concealed handgun carry permit holders to take a four-hour renewal course 4 years after issuance of an original or renewed CCW permit. This course covers any legal changes, where you can and cannot carry, along with a required qualification. Taking this class through Calibers comes with benefits that save you time and money. We have a Notary Public on-site and on-site digital fingerprinting.

New Mexico Military Concealed Carry Course

This is a condensed version of the New Mexico Concealed Handgun Carry Act Course. New Mexico State Statute allows for military members who are either currently serving or have separated from service within the last 20 years to obtain a concealed carry license without additional training. However, no training can open them up to civil liability in the event of a shooting. This course provides military members the training to fulfill the state requirements, at a low cost.

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