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U S Law Shield

Postby 3kt's&asccy » Mon Nov 24, 2014 8:56 pm

Have any of you heard of this group? There are several gun law seminars held in S Central PA each year. They are held at a lawyers office. This lawyer is a real gun guy; carries concealed, shoots 3 gun, and knows the gun laws. They are part of the U S Law Shield (http://www.uslawshield.com) As a member ($131/person, $240/couple per year) if you are involved in any kind of gun incident, whether CCW, in your home, whatever, all legal fees are covered for any litigation, criminal and/or civil trials. Check it out. My wife and I joined on the spot. We're both CCW, but this is a must for any gun incident. I also belong to USCCA, but will probably let that membership lapse when it expires.
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Re: U S Law Shield

Postby HootmonSccy » Mon Nov 24, 2014 10:20 pm

Like all insurance, Super glad you have it when you need it..
BUT, what's the likelihood of needing it???
You have to weigh the cost vs. the benefit and likelihood of the situation happening..
Seems to be a no-brainer for you..
Same thing with owning a safe for the guns you don't carry.. The safe is going to cost you $$$, It's a kind of insurance (But it's a one time fee)..
It's also like carrying a gun... Likelihood of needing it for most of us is slim... BUT, When you do... You're glad you have it..
"They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety."
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Re: U S Law Shield

Postby getvicious » Tue Nov 25, 2014 12:25 am

I've heard of those folks and looked into their product. I have no idea how good or bad they are, how they actually handle claims of their customers or what their rating may be.

I have had PrePaid Legal for years for the shop. I chose not to buy any of the U S Law Shield products because my PrePaid Legal fits us well and my NRA membership provides some benefits too.

I didn't see the need. I am a believer in insurance, this just didn't seem to fit our needs.

Again, I have no idea if their good or bad. They do have many "testimonials" but I don't place much value in that type of thing (with this company or any other company) since I cannot verify their claims.
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Second Call Defense

Postby TexasLookout » Wed Dec 03, 2014 11:07 pm

We both shopped around from some time before making "Second Call Defense" for our Firearms Insurance.
They have several different levels which you can choose from.

We selected the "Defender Plan" even though when you go thru all the legal jargon its just a drop in a bucket.

But still it gives some cushion.

The main thing is not using a Firearm (unless it's a last resort the very last resort) to protect yourself , family member or a innocent citizen in harms way.
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