scottco

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  • City and State Katy, TX
  1. Insurance for gun collections

    I've had a good experience with this company Collectibles Gun Insurance 888-837-9537 https://collectinsure.com/what-we-insure/guns-knives-accessories?gclid=Cj0KCQjw9fntBRCGARIsAGjFq5HOMhJ58GYaIj6nVVj-3uY4eNJiTkOfWQOPdYLuNhDgk70AMofCjtIaAqrvEALw_wcB To be fair, I've never made a claim so my recommendation is definitely qualified. But I chose this company after other recommendations and upon the advise of my business & personal insurance agent (with whom I have done business for over 30 years and is a friend of the family). The simple reason being they specialize in high value collections so there is some level of expertise and understanding. My rate is less than 1% of valuation (I think around 75-80 basis points) but I have a large deductible. My goal is to insure against a catastrophic loss due to fire, flood or whatever. If I loose a pistol or rifle with a break in to my house, car, etc., I just figure I'll pay for a new one. The other thing nice about the collectible insurance is you don't have give them your serial numbers unless the gun exceeds a specific value so it's real easy to initiate a policy. Of course, if you ever have to make a claim, you'll need a list of all your firearms that were lost along with the declared value. The main point being it's easy to get a policy started. Good luck on your journey. Isn't it great to live in a country where our worry is about how to protect the firearms WE ALREADY OWN! I've been to a lot of places where they can't own firearms.
  2. Anybody have a 1928A1 Rocker pivot NOS they would like to clear out of their parts bin? Please email Scott.coneby@gmail.com.