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To: ridesthemiles
We do have the NRA, also the NSSA but none of them will cover the entire value of the guns. We just have too many. I think the max on the homeowner’s insurance is $5,000.00, but that is with a complete inventory, reasonable risk accommodations (safes for storage, distance from fire dept. etc.), and I'm pretty sure the NRA & NSSA cover another $10k each. We have mainly Berettas for tournaments & bird hunting, Remingtons & Winchesters for hunting big game, and assorted Ruger, Mossberg, Ithica, etc. for plinking and varmint hunting. Bucks add up quick with 4 powder burners in the house.
31 posted on 09/16/2008 2:33:09 PM PDT by graywaiter (Gotta love those gun tote'n mommas.......)
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To: graywaiter

I tried to insure my guns with USAA but the phone agent wanted make, model, caliber, barrel length, and SERIAL NUMBER!

I said, “You don’t want to insure my guns, you want to REGISTER them!” and I hung up.

BTW, here in South Carolina we’re gun friendly, too.


33 posted on 09/16/2008 2:47:36 PM PDT by elcid1970 ("O Muslim! My cartridges are dipped in pig grease.")
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