New Mexico Law Summary New Mexico Gun Laws Open Carry: Unrestricted in most public areas Duty to Notify Law Enforcement: Only when asked by the officer State Parks: Concealed handgun carry by recognized permittees is lawful Restaurants Serving Alcohol: Firearms in establishments that have a license for the dispensing of alcoholic beverages are unlawful, UNLESS you have a valid permit and the restaurant derives no less than sixty percent of it's annual revenue from the sale of food AND they sell only beer and wine... no hard liquor. Firearms at Colleges: Concealed guns on campus prohibited by law. Firearms at K-12 Schools: NM permittees may have a loaded handgun in the vehicle only. Magazine Capacity Limitations: No restrictions Suppressor Ownership: Lawful Vehicle Possession by Non-Permitees: Loaded concealed firearms may be carried anywhere in a private vehicle for self-protection. Firearm Law Uniformity: Uniform throughout the state Permit Training Requirements: Applicants must complete a 15 hour course that includes live fire. Applicants must take ongoing training courses every 2 years Permit Issuing Authority: NM Department of Public Safety May/Shall Issue: Shall Issue State Website: http://www.dps.nm.gov/index.php/top-links-for-nm-residents/concealed-carry-licenses Length of Permit Validity: 4 Years Permit Application Process: Submit an application with the fees, and other required documentation. Non-Resident Permits: Non-resident permits are available for military only Places Off Limits: In New Mexico, licensees can only carry one concealed handgun at any time. It is legal to carry more than one firearm. However, only one firearm may be concealed on your person at a time. This restriction does not apply to firearms carried in your vehicles, on or off your person. Schools & University Premises…except in vehicle if older than 19 Courts Tribal Land Public Buses Airport security zones Federal properties On private property where the owner has posted signs indicating that you may not carry or if the owner tells you that you cannot Resident Permit Reciprocity: Disclaimer:While Concealed Carry Inc strives to maintain legal reference information updated on this website; you as the reader and gun owner are responsible to do any and all necessary research and consult with a local attorney before making any decisions. Concealed Carry Inc is not liable for any misinformation, inaccuracies, or actions taken based on this information. We are not attorneys and this information is not legal advice. If you see any information you feel is outdated or incorrect please contact us.