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Concealed Carry Insurance
#1
Let's discuss the NRA Carry Guard and the USCCA. I'm pretty much sold on the USCCA. But I like how the Carry Guard insures both you and your spouse with just one membership.
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#2
We have USCCA and the reason we went with USCCA is because they would cover us when we volunteer on the church safety team. I talked with Second Call Defense and NRA Insurance (this was before they had Carry Guard) and neither of them would cover us on the safety team. I explained that it was all volunteer and that we were not being paid, didn't matter, they said it would fall under the church policy and they would not cover an incident if it occurred.

I contacted USCCA and they stated that they would cover us as long as we were not being paid. They also referred me to the section in the policy. They then offered a discounted rate to our church safety team members, so several of us took advantage of the offer and have USCCA as our coverage. Like all insurance coverage, you hope you never have to find out how good it truly is.
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#3
Another consideration for the USCCA is that as long as one person in the house has coverage (let's say the husband/father) then everyone in the house is covered for an incident inside the home.  I thought that was an attractive selling point.

One of my buddies here in our agency looked into all of them and came away with feeling the USCCA was the best all around.  That's what he and his wife (who is on my shift) went with.

I've also have been heavily considering them.
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#4
how much do they run a month? USCCA that is.
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#5
Depends on which plan you choose:

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(08-28-2017, 11:04 AM)bmyers Wrote: We have USCCA and the reason we went with USCCA is because they would cover us when we volunteer on the church safety team. I talked with Second Call Defense and NRA Insurance (this was before they had Carry Guard) and neither of them would cover us on the safety team. I explained that it was all volunteer and that we were not being paid, didn't matter, they said it would fall under the church policy and they would not cover an incident if it occurred.

I contacted USCCA and they stated that they would cover us as long as we were not being paid. They also referred me to the section in the policy. They then offered a discounted rate to our church safety team members, so several of us took advantage of the offer and have USCCA as our coverage. Like all insurance coverage, you hope you never have to find out how good it truly is.

So let me get this straight... Carry Guard only covers for specific intentions, am I correct? Because my guns are with me all the time and I use them for many different purposes. Church Safety Team is one.
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(08-30-2017, 02:38 PM)JRSC Wrote:
(08-28-2017, 11:04 AM)bmyers Wrote: We have USCCA and the reason we went with USCCA is because they would cover us when we volunteer on the church safety team. I talked with Second Call Defense and NRA Insurance (this was before they had Carry Guard) and neither of them would cover us on the safety team. I explained that it was all volunteer and that we were not being paid, didn't matter, they said it would fall under the church policy and they would not cover an incident if it occurred.

I contacted USCCA and they stated that they would cover us as long as we were not being paid. They also referred me to the section in the policy. They then offered a discounted rate to our church safety team members, so several of us took advantage of the offer and have USCCA as our coverage. Like all insurance coverage, you hope you never have to find out how good it truly is.

So let me get this straight... Carry Guard only covers for specific intentions, am I correct? Because my guns are with me all the time and I use them for many different purposes. Church Safety Team is one.

I can't speak if Carry Guard does, I checked on this before Carry Guard was released. NRA had another carry insurance, I want to say it was with Lockton, but I don't remember. 

If you are interested in Carry Guard, that is a very specific question you need to ask them to make sure they will cover you if something happens.
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#8
thanks!
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