Does anyone know about Concealed Carry Insurance?
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    Does anyone know about Concealed Carry Insurance?

    Is there such a thing as CC Insurance? I am looking for separate insurance policies to cover me in the event I am involved in a shooting, particularly if it results in a death(not me!). Not looking for an umbrella coverage. A police officer instructor told our CC class he had two such policies so he can have two lawyers defend him in the event of a shooting. I am curious if anyone has heard of such a thing and who they use. Thanks in advance,

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    Is there such a thing as CC Insurance? I am looking for separate insurance policies to cover me in the event I am involved in a shooting, particularly if it results in a death(not me!). Not looking for an umbrella coverage. A police officer instructor told our CC class he had two such policies so he can have two lawyers defend him in the event of a shooting. I am curious if anyone has heard of such a thing and who they use. Thanks in advance,
    I've heard of an organization called US Concealed Carry Association (USCCA) that offers CC "insurance". Never looked into it so I definitely can't recommend or anything.

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  4. There are a couple others, i dont remember the names at the moment. I haven't settled on one yet, so dont know how good they are.

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    Accepting their existence is the first step to it becomes a legislated requirement. Sorry but we make too many damn insurance companies rich for doing nothing at it is.

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    USCCA offers insurance as part of membership and I think as a stand alone It will pay only on a legal shooting. And each member must get their own insurance Go to their web site for complete details

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    I'm not saying USCCA is a scam, because I dont really know, but they sound kinda fishy to me. As far as the insurance goes, you have to win your case to see a dime. Thanks but, most people need help paying for their defense, not getting reimbursement after they already lost everything to pay for it. In my opinion, membership in Armed Citizens Legal Defense Network is a wiser investment. They hook you up with money to BEGIN your defense, maintain a network of attorneys nationwide, and have on their board known gun right people like Mas Ayoob.

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    The NRA does have All types of insurance's that they offer. You do have to be a NRA member I believe in order to get them though. I went to their site to sign up for their firearms replacement insurance it is free up to $2500.00. and There I also saw some other types that you have to pay for. They had for CCW, for if you had to defend yourself, Wrongful death and some others as well. All of which you have to pay for. Just go to the NRA web site and look for the insurance tab to see what they have to offer.

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    Armed Citizens Network is another option: Armed Citizens' Legal Defense Network, Inc.

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    In addition to the USCCA, there is another company called Second Call Defense. They also provide insurance coverage for a monthly fee. Each are a little different, so you would need to research and chose the one that is right for you.
    Charlie Given
    Benefactor Life Member NRA and NRA Golden Eagle
    Life Member Gun Owners of America, Life Member of Texas State Rifle Association

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    Second Call Defense | Complete Legal Protection for Armed Self Defense has fantastic coverage; both criminal and civil.
    If you have an interest pm me for more info.
    Bruce

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