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    Quote Originally Posted by ArthAnsgar View Post
    State farm will cover up to $5000 for firearms. The standard is $2500, with $5000 being an extra option that costs, like, $1 a month over their standard plan. Still, though, nowhere near enough for some of the people here.
    The thing that pisses me off is that I have a $750k contents on my policy. A $750k policy should cover $750k regardless of what it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philmo11 View Post
    The thing that pisses me off is that I have a $750k contents on my policy. A $750k policy should cover $750k regardless of what it is.
    I wholeheartedly agree. I could understand offering supplemental insurance for firearms (like they often do with other jewelry, art, etc.), but with base insurance, all that should matter is the total value of the damages, regardless of what was damaged.
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    I don’t keep any firearms records on computers. With technology the way it is now, there’s just too much risk that information will get out to individuals that have no business knowing that you have firearms, especially the government. Most computers and their software have security weaknesses that allow the government to break in without the user being aware that they are being monitored. Those are there by design.

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    All of my guns are new so with the transfer form, both the ATF and the state know exactly what I have.

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    Mine are milsurps mostly-some acquired through dealers and some by private transaction. Since I have a state concealed weapons permit that meets BATFE requirements, none of my dealer purchases required a NICS check. Only way BATFE would know I have anything would be to do a trace through my records and the dealer records. All my state knows is that I have a valid permit. That’s all they need to know.

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    Nice setup.

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