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Old March 3, 2013, 08:10 AM   #33
basilisk4
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I liked the reply about taking care of the more important things and leaving his guns in the safe. On that note, it is one thing to have an insurance policy, but make sure that you are familiar with the policy's exclusions and limits. Most homeowners policies have specific limits for things like jewelry and handguns that are much lower than the overall liability limits, but you generally can pay an additional premium for higher limits on those categories of items. If not, you may need an additional policy of some sort.
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