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Both individuals and clubs need insurance, if they are engaged in the shooting sports. For clubs, the law requires that they carry at least $2 million in liability protection. For individuals, it is up to each person to decide whether or not he/she purchases liability insurance. However, a liability suit as a result of your sporting activities can devastate your financial situation if you do not have insurance. The legal fees alone can break you!
Canada’s National Firearms Association's Liability Insurance program offers $5,000,000 in coverage for only $9.95 per year for each NFA member insured!
The policy offered by the National Firearms Association covers an individual or club for $5,000,000.00 in liability coverage.
This is NOT an aggregate amount. It is $5,000,000.00 in Liability Insurance for any claim.
Each individual, or each individual member of an NFA insured club, is covered for:
Legal hunting activities
Legal bowhunting activities
Legal range shooting activities
Legal range archery activities
Legal fishing activities
Legal re-enactment activities
Anywhere in the World!
The volunteer Oklahoma reserve police deputy who mistakenly shot dead an unarmed black suspect after grabbing his gun instead of his Taser has defended himself, saying: "It can happen to anyone."
Robert Bates, a 73-year-old millionaire insurance executive, was asked how he made the mistake during his first interview since the shooting, after he stood up to show TV cameras that the stun gun was strapped to his chest on the left and the handgun was held on his waist on the right.
originally posted by: gortex
a reply to: projectvxn
The legal gun owner should not be the target of any law lest it expands the rights of the owner.
I'm so glad I live in the UK.
originally posted by: AugustusMasonicus
originally posted by: EternalSolace
Of course the state should be liable. If they had done more to ensure that hammers stayed out of reach of the criminal element, they wouldn't have gotten their head smashed in with one.
Those gubmint bastids will never get my framing hammer!
next,I suppose we will have self shooting guns