The battle over "gun noise" continues in Clovis.
As of early Tuesday morning, commissioners were still listening to testimonies.
It's a hot button issue centered around noise coming from The Firing Line gun range. Dozens of people on both sides of the issue crowded into a special planning commission meeting Monday night.
Council members heard first hand through a professional noise recording what it's like to live in the area behind The Firing Line.
"We haven't heard the birds chirping in our yard for over a year and a half," said Fred Armijo.
The meeting was jam packed wall to wall while folks voiced their strong opinions.
The residents argue they're not against guns, just the noise that comes with it.
We stopped by Adrian Rosales' backyard earlier and he says the gun noise is constant.
So much that his kids are afraid to play outside. Firing Line owner Jacob Belemjian says some of the complaints are all over the map.
"There have been way too many people who have testified under oath I might add, that they hear gun shots at seven o'clock in the morning...at nine thirty at night," said Belemjian.
Belemjian says nobody shoots guns before or after hours. A recent noise study showed the range is in compliance with noise standards and Belemjian has even spent a lot of money from his own pocket to try to fix the issue.
"I am not a bad guy. I'm a business man, I'm a member of this community, I'm a citizen of Clovis," said Belemjian.
The planning commission will recommend if any modifications to the Firing Line's conditional use permit need to be made.
After a recommendation is made, the council will meet in two weeks to make a final decision.