In the video below, Rashad Robinson declares that the NRA’s Carry Guard program is “murder insurance.” The Executive Director of Color of Change is aghast that gun owners can buy a policy that protects them against the financial burden of defending themselves after discharging their firearm. “It’s incentivizing people to shoot first and ask question later,” he opines. Is that true when . . .
Carry Guard only pays customers 20 percent of their policy’s value ($30k) in the immediate aftermath of a DGU, and the rest ($120k) after an eventual verdict if the gun owner’s found not guilty of a crime?
Do you have this type of policy, if so which one, and are you any more likely to shoot another human being — whether that’s a DGU or murder — because you have it?
For readers who don’t have a post-DGU policy but are considering buying one, here’s a chart from concealedcarry.com comparing coverage