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Shooting Range Park

average rating   Rated 5 out of 5.0 based on 1 member reviews.

Address: 16001 Shooting Range Access Rd.

Albuquerque, NM 87120

Range Type: Pistol, Rifle, Muzzleloader, Trap, Skeet, Rifle Silhouette, Pistol Silhouette

Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Days Open: Wednesday - Sunday

Latitude: 35.14122 Longitude: -106.70493

Phone: 505 836-8785

Indoor: No

Outdoor: Yes

Maximum Distance: 200 yards

Firing Points: 0

Handguns Allowed: Yes

Rifles Allowed: Yes

Range Status: Open

Range Fee:

Target Range: Standard Rate $6.00; Senior / Junior$5.00

Skeet per Round: Standard Rate $5.50; Senior / Junior$4.50

Trap per Round: Standard Rate $5.50; Senior / Junior$4.50

Private Instruction: Standard Rate $5.00

Reservations: Standard Rate $35.00

Annual Pass: Standard Rate $100.00; Senior / Junior$85.00


The Park is located approximately 12 miles west of the intersection of I-25 and I-40 ("Big I").

Range Rules:

General Shooting Range Rules
Keep all firearms pointed strait up or straight down range only.
Case and uncase firearms on the front shooting tables, facing straight down range.
Do not handle firearms behind firing line.
Treat all firearms as if they were loaded.
Absolutely no horseplay at anytime.
No rapid fire.
When shooting prone or kneeling, shoot in-between tables. The muzzle has to be on the other side of the concrete, the shooter’s entire body is on the concrete. Otherwise shoot in the notch in the table.
No one can draw and fire from a holster.
Only a sworn Police Officer may holster but, nobody can draw and fire.
Only targets approved by the Shooting Range Staff may be used.
If a Range Officer deems your gun, ammunition, or equipment are unsafe; you will have to remove that item from the range.
We reserve the right to refuse service if intoxicated, disregard for rules, or not complying with Range Officer’s instructions.

Rules for Minors
A minor is a person who is 15 years old or younger.
A minor has to shoot with an adult present and the minor will shoot on the adult’s lane.
An adult will stand within arms length of the minor while handling a firearm.
The supervising adult has to concentrate on the minor if handling the firearm and CANNOT be reloading magazines, looking through a spotting scope, or shooting at another table.

Rules for Cease Fires
No gun handling.
No standing on the concrete or touching equipment on tables.
You cannot bring a gun from your vehicle or to your vehicle during a cease fire.

Rules for Muzzle Loaders
During cease fires, the muzzle loader must be empty of powder.
During cease fires, the muzzle loader must be racked on the back tables facing strait up.
Loading and cleaning cannot be done during cease fires.
The caps/primers stay on the front table and the powder and equipment must stay on the back tables.
All loading and cleaning are accomplished on the back tables.

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Submitting member: Dan M

Submitted on: March 3, 2014

Professional full service range

I am rather new to handguns. This range not only is inexpensive but everyone working there is incredibly professional and made me feel very comfortable.