Do you purchase any additional insurance for your guns while traveling via air?
The $1.25 per $100 is correct.........best coverage you can have......I know, I had a claim & couldn't be happier with the service...........PM me for details if you wish.Absolutely.
SIAI is your best bet, $1.25 per $100 value if I remember correct for a year's worth of coverage.
Good for replacement value too. And they cover any listed add-ons like custom stocks, choke tubes, etc.the whole process (application/payment) through SIAI was pretty painless - good for a year, and not just a plane ride
Read the FAQ to see if the answer to your question is there, and if not, call them.What do they require if anything for proof of value, or is it a stated value policy?
I have a few custom made NFA items that would be difficult to value.
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Thanks. That would make me feel pretty good about it, knowing someone has had a good experience with a claim.The $1.25 per $100 is correct.........best coverage you can have......I know, I had a claim & couldn't be happier with the service...........PM me for details if you wish.
Jacksback, If we have the same version of the policy that limitation only applies when the value of the firearm(s) in the case exceeds $50,000. Even then, coverage is limited to 50% of the value. It's not a total exclusion.Plus 3 on SIAI. I am an insurance broker for my day job and it's who I use for my guns. I also read the fine print, and one of the policy "conditions" to be very aware of is that you can NOT have any exterior indication of a firearm or sticker showing brand on the outside of the case!