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    Default New Mexico Laws

    Hi-

    Can someone from NM that knows the laws there well please PM me? I have some questions, as I may be shooting there.

    Thanks!

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    You might take a look here:

    http://www.conwaygreene.com/nmsu/lpe...-hit-h.htm&2.0

    Type in "fireworks" into the Quick Search and you will get the NM fireworks laws. It doesn't say much about displays, though, it sounds like they leave it up to the city or county.
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    Default Re: New Mexico Laws

    Quote Originally Posted by bob weaver View Post
    You might take a look here:

    http://www.conwaygreene.com/nmsu/lpe...-hit-h.htm&2.0

    Type in "fireworks" into the Quick Search and you will get the NM fireworks laws. It doesn't say much about displays, though, it sounds like they leave it up to the city or county.
    Great, thanks!

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    Steer clear of Bernalillo and Dona ana counties. Thats Albuquerque and Las Cruces specifically. Beyond that you can find more info searching for burn bans in the specific place you hope to shoot in. You can find some places to shoot to be sure but expect burn bans everywhere. Even if you don't please use caution, we've had some serious fires around the state in the last couple years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trincam View Post
    Steer clear of Bernalillo and Dona ana counties. Thats Albuquerque and Las Cruces specifically. Beyond that you can find more info searching for burn bans in the specific place you hope to shoot in. You can find some places to shoot to be sure but expect burn bans everywhere. Even if you don't please use caution, we've had some serious fires around the state in the last couple years.
    Thanks for the info guys.

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