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NRA's ArmsCare Plus - anyone use it?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Quoheleth, Feb 2, 2012.

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  1. Quoheleth

    Quoheleth Member

    Mar 7, 2007
    The Land of Bowie, Crockett, Travis & Houston
    I got an email solicitation from the NRA today for their ArmsCare Plus insurance program. I got to thinking about it today (spring time is our homeowners renewal time) and for that kind of coverage for $50, it appears to be a good deal.

    I searched here and i found several old threads on ArmsCare plus - most recent a 2009 thread. Several folks said they have it, but I didn't see anyone with a post of how their claim was handled. While I am glad ot hear no one had to use it (as of then) I wonder if anyone has in the past few years.

    Any new comments on ArmsCare Plus? How was your claim handled? Did they pay off like the ad sounds like they will?


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  2. docnyt

    docnyt Member

    Sep 20, 2009
    HeArT of DiXiE
    I'd like to know as well. Got the same email.
  3. perdurabo93

    perdurabo93 Member

    Jan 27, 2006
    Check out these guys, their premiums were lower than the NRA program last I checked and they cover more collectibles than just firearms:

  4. gschutta

    gschutta Member

    Feb 13, 2012
    NRA Endorsed Insurance Claims

    Thank you for your post and question about the NRA Endorsed Insurance program. While we hope other customers will make a post about their insurance claim experience, we thought we’d share a few pieces of helpful information regarding claims for those considering a firearm insurance product.

    With regard to claims, our processing takes approximately 3 business days. Claims are reviewed with settlements satisfied and paid based on the terms of the individual policy.

    As a member of the NRA, you are entitled to a no cost NRA member benefit which has recently increased to $2,500.00. This coverage protects your firearms from theft, damage or loss. Your previous $1,000.00 of coverage is no longer active. You must activate your $2,500.00 in coverage. Visit http://www.nraendorsedinsurance.com/ to activate your coverage today.

    It’s important to evaluate your homeowners policy as some might not cover mysterious disappearance, damage to a gun that’s dropped, theft from a vehicle, or even provide coverage if your gun is not on your property. Our program covers all these situations and more. Homeowners insurance might require serial numbers for scheduled firearms -- our program does not. Insured homeowners policies can have high deductibles -- our program deductible is $100.00. Lastly, homeowners policies may have limits which we find are usually not discovered until the insured attempts to file a claim.

    Learn more at http://www.locktonrisk.com/nrains/members.htm or by contacting our customer service team at 877-487-5407 Monday – Friday, 7a – 6:30p CST. Thank you.
  5. mortablunt

    mortablunt Member

    May 1, 2011
    No, I don't use it. I don't have so much value at the moment that it would be an economical prospect to take out insurance on my weaponry.
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