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 How many have discussed your reloading hobby with your insurance company? (homeowners/renters)
marshall18  [Member]
1/2/2013 6:30:48 PM EST
I know your agent would like to know if you reload, and you don't necessarily want them to know, but have you discussed this with your insurance company, and did your payments skyrocket?

On the other hand.... If you do not disclose that you reload, wouldn't you get screwed if your house burned down and it was a result of the powder and primers you didn't tell them about.
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RIPRonReagan  [Member]
1/2/2013 6:33:01 PM EST
Smells like a troll to me.
ar154all  [Team Member]
1/2/2013 6:35:49 PM EST
What kind of question is that?
marshall18  [Member]
1/2/2013 6:38:01 PM EST
I dont mean to piss anyone off, or catch someone saying the wrong thing. I was wondering if anyone her has actually spoke with their provider about this. Would they be covered if they didn't and so on....
RIPRonReagan  [Member]
1/2/2013 6:38:26 PM EST
Do you tell your insurance agent if you store 5 gallon cans of gas at your home?
ar154all  [Team Member]
1/2/2013 6:41:33 PM EST
Originally Posted By marshall18:
I dont mean to piss anyone off, or catch someone saying the wrong thing. I was wondering if anyone her has actually spoke with their provider about this. Would they be covered if they didn't and so on....


It does not fucking matter, so they dont know.
marshall18  [Member]
1/2/2013 6:41:50 PM EST
Originally Posted By RIPRonReagan:
Do you tell your insurance agent if you store 5 gallon cans of gas at your home?


Yeah I guess it would be no different than if one of your gas can got ignited somehow and burned your house down. I was just curious if insurance companies are even aware of reloading or even care....
dryflash3  [Moderator]
1/2/2013 6:44:00 PM EST
Dupe. Your other thread is more than enough on this subject..
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