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    Important Reminders + Lessons Learned

    Don't leave guns in your vehicle no matter how safe the location that is parked in. I re-learned this lesson this past week and am out a radar detector, pistol, TLR-6, and Sck Holster. In this case, I knew better but got in a rush to catch a ride to the airport to fly home.

    Advise part two: Keep good comprehensive insurance on your car. I'm now learning that Geico only covers the first $200 of items stolen...so after my $250 deductible for the shattered window, I'll be getting a $200 check towards the lost items (provided I have a receipt).

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    Part three: Keep a list (somewhere safe) of the serial number of all of you firearms and receipts if possible.

    Part four: Firearm specific insurance may actually be worth it (still figuring this one out)
    Last edited by AustinBR; December 29th, 2018 at 02:58 PM.
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    That sucks.
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    Home owners or renters insurance may cover "home" items that may be in the vehicle. But you do have to deal with the deductible and with the penalty of having made a claim.

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    If you are a member of the NRA, their basic firearm policy should cover the pistol. May have to have signed up for the insurance though even if the basic is no additional cost over membership.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m1k3 View Post
    If you are a member of the NRA, their basic firearm policy should cover the pistol. May have to have signed up for the insurance though even if the basic is no additional cost over membership.
    That is a good idea... I am a member and might have signed up for it. I'll go check right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by m1k3 View Post
    If you are a member of the NRA, their basic firearm policy should cover the pistol. May have to have signed up for the insurance though even if the basic is no additional cost over membership.
    Any idea on where to find this? I can't seem to find it.
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    You have to call them. Mine were not covered since I loaned them to my dad. And were taken from his home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 340six View Post
    You have to call them. Mine were not covered since I loaned them to my dad. And were taken from his home.
    I called, got the claim packet, and need to fill it out. The guy on the phone thinks itll be covered.
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    I thought it would be. Now we just need someone to come along and say it is since.........................your car is an extension of your home in 3-2-1
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    m1k3 for the win! I’m going sign up for this right now. Guess there’s more to being an NRA member than pissing off liberals!
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