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Gun Insurance when traveling to shoots

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by V10, Jan 22, 2010.

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  1. V10

    V10 Well-Known Member

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    SIAI
     
  2. LDAdd

    LDAdd TS Member

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    Ditto V10

    Of course I've had no claims yet, but they know and understand when we talk about "double releases", "Soft Touch", "Choke Tubes", etc., etc.
    That's why I went with them.

    Larry
     
  3. oskerspap12

    oskerspap12 Active Member

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    Use the insurance company that you use for your home,car....ect.
    Just insure it for what its worth.....thats with all the bells and whistles.
    They won't charge you that much per month($10)on a $7500.00 shotgun.
     
  4. twoatloweight

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    SIAI is run by a shooter;good people.Your homeoewners insuror may well have limitations and deductibles.
     
  5. skeet_man

    skeet_man Well-Known Member

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    SIAI, maybe not quite the cheapest, but by far best value for the $
     
  6. goose2

    goose2 Well-Known Member

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    He is pretty close to what I pay I pay $22.00 a month on $21,000 worth of guns through my local car ins.
     
  7. ysr_racer

    ysr_racer Active Member

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    My homeowners ins had a $2500 cap, so I had to buy a "rider". It wasn't much.
     
  8. oskerspap12

    oskerspap12 Active Member

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    Yeah.......$10 a month
     
  9. BassMeat

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    You can get a policy for around $10. I have one with State Farm that covers my guns, $6000 worth of fishing rods, reels, tackle, etc..and the fiances engagement ring for $27 per month.
     
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