If you ever need to use your gun for self-defense, make sure you, your family and your assets are protected.

The legal follow-up from an act of self-defense can cost you up to $100,000*―and that’s an expense that no homeowners insurance policy will cover. NRA-endorsed Self-defense Insurance protects you if you ever need to use your legally owned firearm for self-defense, whether or not you have a concealed carry permit.

This policy is a combined Self-defense and Personal Firearms Liability Insurance package, which makes it one of the most affordable and comprehensive sources of protection a gun owner can purchase.

What’s covered

  • Your defense costs and damages in a civil suit
  • Reimbursement for criminal defense costs when you are acquitted of charges
  • Bodily injury and damage caused by the use of a firearm
  • Your spouse is automatically included on your policy

Annual Liability Limit options and costs

$100,000 combined single limit $50,000 criminal defense reimbursement sub-limit $165 per year
$250,000 combined single limit $50,000 criminal defense reimbursement sub-limit $254 per year
$500,000 combined single limit $100,000 criminal defense reimbursement sub-limit $400 per year
$1 million combined single limit $100,000 criminal defense reimbursement sub-limit $600 per year

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Don’t wait to get this valuable coverage to protect yourself, your family and your livelihood if you ever need to use your firearm in self-defense.

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*Hayes, Marty, J.D. "What Every Gun Owner Needs to Know about Self-defense Law." Armed Citizens' Legal Defense Network, Inc., 15 May 2013. www.armedcitizensnetwork.org