Concealed Carry and Advanced Tactical Firearms Education Services, LLC.


Conducted by:  Border Tactical Training Team


Urgent Message from the NM DPS CCW


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Hello Instructors,

A letter will be sent out June 9, 2020 to address your concerns regarding the stay at home order. The letter states the following. 

Concealed carry classes are permitted to begin teaching in person classes and qualifications effective June 1, 2020 with some restrictions. The department will also begin accepting After Action Reports for classes held on or after June 1, 2020. Conditions set forth in accordance to the guidelines pertaining to a retail business:

  • In-person classes are limited to 25% capacity, based upon the official occupancy number of the facility/building.
  • All persons are required to wear masks or some sort of face covering
  • All persons must adhere to social distancing guidelines and remain 6 feet apart
  • For training conducted out of a personal residence or in small private venues, which may not have and occupancy number, it is a recommended to follow best practices and limit in-person classes to 5 people including instructor(s).
  • Abide by all requirements and best practices for retail as outlined in All Together New Mexico, page 11.

What does this mean for you instructors?

  • Separate students and workstations in the classroom to 6 feet apart. Adhere to 6 feet social distancing on the range, unless necessary for safety reasons.
  • Advise students in advance masks are required to be worn for the duration of the class.
  • If a student is sick, advise them to stay home and assist in rescheduling their class for another day.
  • Use good hygiene practices and disinfect often.

Remind students of extension as noted on the
In response to the current COVID-19 pandemic, as a precautionary measure the New Mexico Department of Public Safety, Law Enforcement Records Bureau, has authorized extending the grace period to renew a Concealed Carry Permit license after expiration date, from 60 days to 120 days. This extension ONLY applies to licenses that expired on or after March 16, 2020, and only applies to the renewal of an application. However, be reminded that: pursuant to NMAC … “If the license has expired, a licensee shall not carry a concealed handgun until he or she receives a renewed license.”

This extension for renewing expired licenses does not apply to licenses that expired before March 16, 2020; and those that would be suspended or revoked pursuant to the New Mexico Concealed Carry Handgun Act. Licenses that expired on or before March 15, 2020, are still covered by the 60-day period before and after the expiration date to renew the license, as provided by the Concealed Carry Handgun Act. However, if required, management will review on a case-by-case basis.”
The Concealed Carry Unit is currently operating under appointment only. You can submit a request for an appointment at our website. Options for students to submit conceal carry applications are to make an appointment with the Unit, however, it may be quicker to mail applications to:
Concealed Carry Unit
6301 Indian School Rd. NE Suite 310
Albuquerque, NM 87110

Concealed Carry and Advanced Tactical Firearms Education Service
11105 Francis Way
Las Cruces, NM 88007

ph: 575-202-6886

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Concealed Carry and Advanced Tactical Firearms Education Service
11105 Francis Way
Las Cruces, NM 88007

ph: 575-202-6886