Where do you gents go for your firearms replacement insurance coverage? I have mine thru da NRA....But, (alwayz a butt).... There must be other options to look at...
So what say you!
So what say you!
I don't give the police or anyone serial number information when purchasing a firearm. I live in a free state. Giving the ATF SN info when applying for NFA items is a necessary evil. If you want them, then you must provide the info. Any serial numbered items the ATF knows about is a very short list of all my stuff. I am not going to chance everything else ending up in some easily accessible data base. If there is a serial number in a data base tied to your name, then you have established an ownership chain. There are my reasons to your curiosity.noone is scared of handguns serial numbers being given to police when purchasing handguns
noone is scared of rifle/shot gun serial numbers given to atf when wanting sbr/sbs(this is probably why I havent filed a single sbr yet)
so really whats left with keeping serial numbers private lol always been curious about this
Your "paranoia" is understandable, but realistically if you've gone through NICS, the feds know you have guns. Does the serial number and specific make/model matter? If they want those details, all they have to do is visit the FFL your purchase was logged at.you might end up in a giant data base somewhere
I also believe I recall reading that the NRA insurance doesn't even require you to provide the serial numbers of your firearms just a description of them. Someone please correct me if I am wrong about that.
You tell me. Would you rather the feds know you just bought a "long gun" or a Colt model AR15 serial number AB12345? Yes the truth be told, there is every likelihood there is an unofficial data base on all of us, but I am not going to make it the slightest bit easier on them to compile it if I can help it.Your "paranoia" is understandable, but realistically if you've gone through NICS, the feds know you have guns. Does the serial number and specific make/model matter?