New Mexico Gunfighters Association

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New Mexico Gunfighters Association
Don’t be scared by the title - these folks are only interested in the safe reenactment of gunfights, not the actual life-and-death competitions which were so rampant at this location in the days of the real Wild West. But preservation is important to these folks, and you’ll swear you saw a real bullet flying through the air for a split-second when you witness the interesting antics on display at any performance by The New Mexico Gunfighters Association.

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Offering a visually appealing step into the past, the New Mexico Gunfighters put on quite a performance in public plazas in Old Town Albuquerque. This ensemble of gun-slinging actors is part of an award-winning theatrical group who has been performing free public comedic Old West skits in Albuquerque for over 36 years. The themes range from thrilling bank robberies to dramatic shoot outs and other scenes typical of the Wild West days of lore. The troop performs on Sunday afternoons between March and November on San Felipe near the Rattlesnake Museum. Albuquerque visitors won't be able to miss the family-friendly performances by the pops of gunfire that commence the show.

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