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Gun Insurance ?

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by JoeBee, Apr 24, 2007.

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  1. JoeBee

    JoeBee TS Member

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    Looking for gun insurance. Found some on the NRA site. Anyone have any other places to check. Thanks Joe
     
  2. Dove Commander

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    It is usually so expensive, it is impractical. Thus the fire rated gun safe bolted to the floor from the inside out.
     
  3. V10

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    How expensive is too expensive? On a "per $100 of value" basis.
     
  4. doug gray

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    Call Core-Vens in Iowa; Tim Hartsock. Affordable rates & great people. 563-242-5423. Mention my name please, I'd appreciate it. Doug Gray
     
  5. Big Bopper

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    Check with the NSSA. They have a program that offers affordable gun insurance to it's members. Regards, Bob
     
  6. ljutic05

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    Joe,

    The NRA insurance has been good for as long as I've been selling it. Thus far, we've had several claims, all paid with no problems. It is an all-risks policy that covers the gun anywhere you take it ... however, does exclude theft from an UN-locked vehicle. Otherwise, theft is covered from golf carts, gun racks, UPS, Delta, etc. Just lock your vehicle. In addition, damage to a firearm (for example, someone knocks your gun out of the gun rack and the forearm cracks on the concrete) is covered. Rates are 1.66% per $1,000 of coverage. If application materials are requested, please contact our office via email or phone and we'll be happy to discuss coverage's with you further and forward the necessary application materials to you.

    Shoot well!

    Diana Crawford, CPCU, AIS, ATA Member

    ACE Insurance Services, Inc. (800) 887-9869
     
  7. WarEagle2017

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    From State Farm it is $1.45 Per Hundered Per Year.
     
  8. WarEagle2017

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    From State Farm it is $1.45 Per Hundered Per Year.
     
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    Don't just buy on price. The State Farm policy is cheaper, but is the coverage as broad? This is really an insignificant difference if the SF policy doesn't provide the broad coverage the other one does.
     
  10. WarEagle2017

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    Yes I am NRA also but that dont help much when you have $40,000.00 in Guns
    400X $1.45 = $600
    390X $1.66 = $647
    Go Figure
     
  11. JoeBee

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    Thanks for the feedback. I am paying over $2.00 per $100 at this time looks like I will switch. Thanks Joe
     
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