Anyone ever file a claim on NRA Arms Insurance?

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Anyone ever file a claim on NRA Arms Insurance?

Postby AEA » Thu Jan 19, 2012 10:01 pm

Just curious if any NRA Member here has ever filed a claim and received a payment from the No Fee Accident & Arms Protection Policy? This is the standard no fee 7,500.00 Accident and 2,500.00 Arms protection that comes with a NRA Membership.
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Re: Anyone ever file a claim on NRA Arms Insurance?

Postby Mirage » Thu May 03, 2012 10:22 am

Yes, I had some guns stolen and the NRA promptly sent me a $1300.00 check.
If you have a loss, get a copy of the police report and contact Lockton Insurance for the forms you need from them.
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(Just an idea, you should call and make your Armscare insurance is active before you have a loss)
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Re: Anyone ever file a claim on NRA Arms Insurance?

Postby Mirage » Thu May 03, 2012 10:27 am

Also, you will need serial numbers (if the firearms have any) and some way to verify value, like original sales receipts.
There is a deductible ($100.00 in my case).
It is a great benefit for members and I use it as a selling tool when recruiting.
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Re: Anyone ever file a claim on NRA Arms Insurance?

Postby tomneal » Tue Oct 02, 2012 12:50 pm

It's home owners insurance renewal time at the Neal's. I reviewed my firearm coverage and it was anemic.

Has anyone purchased additional firearm insurance through the NRA?
Did you figure the cost per $1000 value per year?
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