Originally Posted by John_Deer
Just the $2500 firearms insurance policy that comes with a membership is worth the cost of membership. Quite often homeowners insurance will only pay $500 without a special rider.
We have a State Farm agent in our office building. I asked him what a $2500 policy for guns would cost per year and he said about $40, so even at $25 per year for NRA membership you are still saving $$.
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