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    Does anyone have any interest in an Open carry lunch and a shoot day at a local range in the Rio Rancho or Albuquerque area?

    -Damien

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    I'd be interested on a saturday

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    Sure just let ne know at least a week before as I have to put in for the Staurday off
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    I'd be looking at holding this get together around Saturday May 22nd. Range day could be held at Calibers (5600 Holly Ave NE in ABQ). Anyone know of any OC friendly places for lunch in the area?

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    caliber's is a major rip off and packed on the weekends.

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    mserr wrote:
    caliber's is a major rip off and packed on the weekends.
    I'm new to the area. Got any alternative suggestions?

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    The city range has more lanes, less restrictions and is cheaper, better option IMO. They don't allow open carry on the firing line though. It's off of paseo del vulcan a couple miles west of ABQ off I-40.

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    Here's a link to Albuquerque shooting park in Google maps

    http://maps.google.com/maps?ll=35.13...;t=h&hl=en
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    Sounds good.. Anyone know of any O/C friendly nearby places to go for lunch than?

    -Damien

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    Can someone in NM tell me if the Village Inns (ABQ and Las Cruces) are "no guns" posted?

    I am still trying to find out...and won't be back in NM to do it myself until my annual December trip back West to visit friends & family in ELP and ABQ (Rio Rancho).

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    Due to the lack of interest other than the 2 people, Looks like we're going to have to cancel this. Sorry.

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    That's sad, but you know, that's probably why a New Mexico Citizens Defense League (NMCDL) would work: Not enough committed people/participation. But even if it's only 2-3 people, the point is to START doing something...maybe it will grow.

    Same thing happened in TX...we HAD a TCDL but it fell apart, partly because of the people running it gave up on it but I also think it was a lack of support/participation from members.

    When I take my trip back West (ABQ & Rio Rancho) come December (if I survive this hurricane season) I'll post here asking if anyone (like you) wants to get together and OC somewhere to eat. Maybe we can get something going then. Even if it's only 2-3 people.

    -- John D.

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