A few weeks ago, the city closed the range, which is near the National Guard Armory at Camp Luna, because of problems such as vandalism, debris, litter and people shooting things not intended as targets.
But Police Chief Gary Gold announced last week that the range would be opened because the city, with the help of residents, cleaned up the facility.
Mercy Lopez, a city spokeswoman, said this week that the range will be locked and that people would need to go to the Police Department to sign in for a key to use the range.
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