New Mexico No Concealed Weapons Sign
If you are the owner of a building or property in New Mexico that allows public access, and do not wish firearms to be allowed on the premises, you must comply to New Mexico's gun sign laws pursuant to § 10.8.2.16.
10.8.2.16 NMAC Terms and Conditions of License. F. Carrying prohibited on private property. In addition to other limitations stated in the act, a licensee may not carry a concealed handgun on or about his person on private property that has signs posted prohibiting the carrying of concealed weapons or when verbally told so by a person lawfully in possession of the property. 10.8.2.27 NMAC Prohibiting the Carrying of Concealed Handguns on Private Property. Pursuant to Subsection C of NMSA 1978 Section 29-19-12, any person lawfully in possession of private property may prohibit the carrying of concealed handguns on such private property by posting notice in accordance with NMSA 1978 Section 30-14-6 or by verbally notifying persons entering upon the property.