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.
posted on 09/16/2008 2:47:36 PM PDT
("O Muslim! My cartridges are dipped in pig grease.")
I tried to insure my guns with USAA but the phone agent wanted make, model, caliber, barrel length, and SERIAL NUMBER! I said, You dont want to insure my guns, you want to REGISTER them! and I hung up. BTW, here in South Carolina were gun friendly, too.
I think you are over-reacting.
Yeah, most insurance companies want the serial number. I don't particularly mind that. Most of our guns were either private sale or inherited. Some are very irreplaceable, but the fact that they are traceable by serial number isn't a reason for fear. If anything, the sheer volume that we have will give anyone attempting to take them away pause. And, we also have some that are not worth insuring, so they won't get them all at any rate.
posted on 09/16/2008 7:11:40 PM PDT
(Gotta love those gun tote'n mommas.......)
here in South Carolina were gun friendly, too.
Do you have full reciprocity with other ccw states? If you don't then you're only friendly to your own people. I refuse to travel anywhere my ccw permit is no good. Those states can forego my tourist dollars. As it currently stands the places with which FL has full ccw reciprocity are really the only places I'd be interested in traveling to anyway.
posted on 09/18/2008 7:44:50 AM PDT
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