Sanity must prevail, but the 2nd Amendment has a history that the left doesn't want to acknowledge.
A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free
state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be
New Mexico Gun law and State Constitutional provisions can be found here. (BTW, I don't know anything about the Southern New Mexico Militia, so don't take this as a blessing of the site owners).
No right is absolute, and although the Founders, as recorded in such places as the Federalist Papers, argued that "a well regulated militia" was inexorably tied into the people's individual right to bear arms,
that doesn't mean they thought every farmer should have a twelve
pounder double-shotted with grape and canister aimed at the front porch.
Neither does it mean we should all be carrying around enough firepower
to fight a land war in Afghanistan. One has to balance individual rights
with the public safety. Yes, finding that balance is a real chore and
requires trust, individual responsibility, and logic. The more freedom
one has, the more responsibilities one shoulders for the public good.
Some useful quotes from the old white farts that go to Heller vs DC.