Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Toke513, Jul 1, 2007.
I was wondering if getting a pistol will cause my insurance rates to increase (homeowners). Thanks
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Check your policy. Mine covers up to $3K of firearms but only if stolen. If there's a fire, they aren't covered. I have a separate policy for my AR and pistols that covers them from theft, fire, flood, and all other perils which only costs $40/yr.
Insurance is finicky. A firefighting department in central/northern ontario refused to put out a fire at a gun collector's house saying it was 'unsafe' The insurance subsequently refused to reimburse the homeowner for damages to the house as there was 'no effort made' to put out the fire. Still in court today figuring out the legal mess.
Your best bet is call your insurance company anonymously/with a false name.
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It may if you request extra. Your homeowners may already cover losses up to a certain amount. Or they may refuse to insure them at all. All part of the insurance scam.
NRA membership covers a firearm up to $1000.
If anything your insurance rates should go down by having firearms.
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