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  1. Apr 22, 2020 #1
    gunbuster

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    Who has currently or previously had a USCCA membership?

    If you have it what level do you have and why?

    Like the idea of access to a network of attorneys but how good are these attorneys? Has anyone ever used one from USCCA? Kindly share your experiences good, bad and everything in-between.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Apr 23, 2020 #2
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    When I decided to go with www.firearmslegal.com "Firearms Legal Protection" they were better than uscca. I am grandfathered at the cost I started at for life, but they have doubled the cost for new members about two years ago so it now comes down to what do you want to pay for what coverage? $25 individual or $40 family for premium per month slightly cheaper if you pay by the year is the current rates. I think you get locked into the price but you better ask, I did but that was a few years ago.
    I know firearms legal has coverage (premium or family level) for site cleanup. I don't want to have to cleanup democrat brains off my walls if one breaks into the house. 250k Bail, lost wages, gun reimbursement if cops keep it over a year, counciling support, expert witness/investigator fees, uncapped defense fees but civil defense has limit (I don't remember amount).
    If that is better, you can call them and ask for the actual plan to be emailed to you and read the fine print. If you like it, you're welcome. If not, enjoy the one you do select.
     
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    I was going to go with USCCA but went with Home - U.S. & Texas LawShield . Give them a look.....They are more economical and offer no maximum coverage and they pay upfront (you have to be reimbursed after you pay with USCCA) Just my 2 bits.....
     
  5. May 5, 2020 #5
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    Good information thanks for sharing. Has anyone else used USCAA? Really want to hear more about the quality of their attorneys. Also what problems and challenges did you experience? Thank you!
     
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    I've considered US Law Shield but the quantity of attorneys concerned me. Also enjoyed their podcasts but they have not done one in nearly a year. Pity.
     
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    Been with TXLaw shield for over 5 yrs.
    10.95/month for peace of mind worth it to me.



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