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Insurance for shooting accessories?

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by skeet_man, Jun 29, 2011.

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    skeet_man Well-Known Member

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    Is there any company out there that will insure your shooting gear outside of guns? I have SIAI for my gun, but they won't cover some accessories, including glasses. My range bag is $550, and my glasses are extremely close to 1k. I know they'd PROBABLY be covered by homeowners, but then you have the deductable and the dicking around to deal with, I'd really just purchase a policy for them if possible w/ very little or no deductible from an insurer that is firearms/shooting knowledgeable and friendly.
     
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    Ask your insurance company if they'll add an itemized schedule rider to your HO policy, kind of like a jewelry rider. It'll cost a bit more in premium. And, you'll still have to deal with the matter of the deductible.

    Fact is, many shooting accessories are (or can be) interpreted to be 'contents' as part of your HO policy.

    Gene Batchelar
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    As a side thought, does anyone know if the NRA insurance that comes with your membership cover this sort of thing?
     
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