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Thread: Do You Use A Firearm At Work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Capri Insurance View Post
    This isn’t business Insurnace. This coverage is if you use a firearm for work. Some examples of who would benefit would be LEO, Border Security, Armed Security, Conversation Officer etc.
    Who Conversation Officer is and why he needs firearm ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by masterYo View Post
    Who Conversation Officer is and why he needs firearm ?
    I wondered the same thing. Then I figured he's just paying lip service to that job.
    Rust Never Sleeps

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    Quote Originally Posted by masterYo View Post
    Who Conversation Officer is and why he needs firearm ?
    Sorry, didn't spell check. Fixed it now. Should have said Conservation*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nibe View Post
    I wondered the same thing. Then I figured he's just paying lip service to that job.
    Thanks for my evening chuckle.......

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    I work in the bush. Out by myself. Usualy with my cooper dog. I feel a lot safer with a shotgun in the truck. Lots of reasons. My dog comes back when he hears a shot. Coyotes around here Usualy Run when they hear a shot. I don’t always have cell service. If I am in a situation where no one is directly around me, but there is someone in or around the property. I make sure they know that 3 shots. Means I need help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Barnaby View Post
    I wouldn't mind having firearm legal insurance simply due to the Schrödinger's gun laws that we clearly have.
    Then get it.

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    Boss; "Sorry to see you retire."

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdnshooter View Post
    Boss; "Sorry to see you retire."

    Me; (Hands in badge and gun)

    Boss; "Where did you get those? You're an XRay Tech!"

    :-)
    Haha. I liked your appearance on The First Focal Plain Podcast. Very cool info shared!

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    I carry a pistol at work for wilderness defence(legally). How does this insurance work for someone like myself? I already have the regular insurance through you. Is this a worthwhile upgrade?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bare View Post
    I carry a pistol at work for wilderness defence(legally). How does this insurance work for someone like myself? I already have the regular insurance through you. Is this a worthwhile upgrade?
    Sorry for the delay in getting back to you sooner. The coverage remains the same however the current policy would not cover claims that stemmed from an incident while at work. The extension now deletes that exclusion. So if you find yourself facing a legal issue while on the job, perhaps you use your firearm to defend yourself against an animal and you're charged with unsafe use, the claim will no longer fall under the work exclusion.

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