Tuition for the four-hour renewal is $75 + 5.48 NMGRT, total $80.48. The two-hour refresher is $50 + 3.66 NMGRT, total 53.66.
CHL 2-year Refresher: You are required to shoot the CHL qualification course of fire with the same caliber(s) and type(s) of handguns that are listed on your New Mexico Concealed Handgun License.
CHL 4-year Renewal: For CHL qualification, bring the largest caliber handgun that you
intend to carry, in the categories of semi-automatic, revolver or derringer. You do not have to qualify
with every handgun or every caliber you intend to carry; your license will list the largest caliber with
which you qualified in the three categories of semi-automatic, revolver and derringer. You are allowed
to carry any caliber equal to or smaller than the caliber
with which you qualified in each category.
Under LASC rules, if you possess a valid New
Mexico Concealed Handgun License, you may carry a concealed handgun on club property as long as the
firearm remains holstered until you are on the firing line or in the event the use of deadly force is
necessary and justified to protect yourself or another person from death or great bodily harm. All other
firearms to be used for qualification should be unloaded and in a holster or case.
Any firearm brought to the firing line for qualification must be in a holster or gun case. You will need enough magazines or speed loaders to hold the 25 rounds of ammunition required for the live-fire qualification.
Do not handle firearms in the classroom and do not handle firearms on the range unless instructed to do so by an instructor or range officer.
25 rounds per firearm will be required per qualification attempt for each firearm you want to have listed on your license. High-quality commercially-manufactured ammunition is recommended
Proper safety equipment is required on the range at all times for all courses.
Good quality hearing protection is required at all times while you are on the range.
This can be your choice of ear plugs or ear muffs or both. Electronic ear muffs are preferred because
they make it easier to hear range commands. Anyone who is hearing-impaired should seriously consider the
purchase of electronic hearing protection.
Eye protection is required at all times while you are on the range. Wrap-around safety glasses with polycarbonate lenses that are ANSI Z87.1-certified are required.
Safety glasses are inexpensive and can be purchased at most sporting goods and hardware stores (Metzger's, Home Depot, Lowe's, the Outdoorsman of Santa Fe) and are usually priced under $15. If you need to wear prescription eyeglasses, there are safety glasses that cover your regular eyeglasses. See safetyglassesUSA for lots of options.
Bring a baseball cap or brimmed hat to protect your face from hot ejected brass.