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I feel like I need to drop some expenses due to these financial dangerous uncertain times. I saw it on the news..
 

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What kind of insurance do you have? Are the guns valuable so you had them listed separately on your policy? Theft protection?


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What kind of insurance do you have? Are the guns valuable so you had them listed separately on your policy? Theft protection?
No valuable guns. No serial numbers required. The main coverage is for theft since guns are covered on your homeowners due to fire or Acts of God. Here:

Laura Account Manager
Historic Firearms Insurance Dept.
Eastern Insurance Group
Marshfield, MA
Office: 800-545-9326
 

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Do you keep pictures of the guns in case of fire or do you only list them on paper?


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Do you keep pictures of the guns in case of fire or do you only list them on paper?
Both. You have private list of the guns with serial numbers as well as the pictures (iPhone is good).You always need that for any other reasons.
 

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Besides your Iphone, put your pics and data in an email to yourself and place it a folder ; then you can do the same in a cloud and on a thumbdrive; that way if anything fails, you have that data available from several sources if need be.
 
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I agree. I keep my records safe.

If anyone else asks (not that Pelosi would), I had a tragic boat accident last year when my collection went down with the boat.
 
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