They do help immensely still, but I had to get that off my chest. Wish they went on the offensive more.
I'm using State Farm right now, but going to send a request to both Eastern and Collectibles to see which would be cheaper.
We list ours on our homeowner's with USAA. No photos needed, just serial numbers.
It's listed on the same policy with other valuable personal property, like our wedding rings and such.
I think we pay about 1.4% of the value to cover them annually, and I'm not sure if they rate jewelry differently than the guns, so it might be weighted slightly differently.
Not sure if that's the norm, but we're satisfied with it.
"An armed society is a polite society."
Whoops. Double post
Last edited by gopherboy128; 09-06-2016 at 02:14 PM.
I am paying .32% insured value with Eastern. Includes a 5% policy discount for being an NRA member. Dont have to declare anything under $50,000. No serials or anything until it's time to claim. Covers me and bith of my NFA trusts, the only thing I am unsure about is whether or not it covers ammo. I know it covers scopes, suppressors, accessories. Covered during shipping. Only $250 deductible per claim.