Besides, if Hillary has her way...(tongue in cheek), none will be worth more than 100 bucks when you turn them in.....lol
Why would you look for guns first as opposed to expensive jewelry, etc?
I'd be mighty careful insurIng firearms. Basic Homeowners covers about $2000.......that's it. Most of the time, it's very hard to collect from an insurance company. You have to provide 'proof' and 'value'of anything that you insure seperately.
In 2011, a Micro-burst took down all of my big trees around the house. They offered me $3000..... I told them to 'stick it"! (That may have been my mistake! Something....beats nothing.all the time!!!!) It cost me $10000....plus days of back-breaking work, to clean it up!!!!! I don't trust insurance companies, mostly........but I do have insurance annuities that I am collecting in my retirement. It's a lot better than a bank! Just look back to 2008!!!! Bob
When you want the BEST! Bob
Get a heavy fire proof safe. . Place a heat and smoke detector above its location and a fire supression extinguisher and an alarm system inside the safe. . Skip the insurance You will save money in the long run.
Just my thoughts
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