This is a discussion on New to the ccw, Is uscca worth it or a scam? within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Would like to know how people feel now that they changed the membership...
Would like to know how people feel now that they changed the membership
What did they change? I had earlier this year looked at becoming a member with them.
“I am consistently on record and will continue to be on record as opposing concealed carry.”
- Barack Obama Chicago Tribune, April 27, 2004
I'm not renewing. I think it's a ripoff now. I think the CEO/founder is just taking advantage of people's fears and laughing all the way to the bank. The "defense policies" will not reimburse you unless you are acquitted, not before, so you better have attorney money already saved for your defense. It was a reasonable deal at a little over a hundred bucks for three years, given the magazine and information online, but the "insurance" is a scam IMHO. He offers only the "insurance" bundles now, which are very expensive. Save your money.
Was a member from the first magazine...no more!
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I agree its a scam to get you to belong to them. I think they are bringing in alot of money tha most people will never use and subscibers will be support them. Think I'll save my money.
I looked at them, then decided to pass. If not already a member, go with the NRA. While I don't agree with them 100%, they're out there everyday fighting for our rights.
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Money Scam...I'm a member, for a few more months, will not renew, magazine isn't that good any more, forum isn't worth it. Unless you buy their insurance, you can't join or renew. Stay away from it!
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Stick with the NRA !
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Also please do a search. There is a huge thread on just this subject.
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Never heard of it.
Doesn't sound like anything I needed to know about ... except to stay away from it.
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“No possible rapidity of fire can atone for habitual carelessness of aim with the first shot.”
Theodore Roosevelt, The Wilderness Hunter, 1893
The magazine isn't worth it.
You can find information just as good, if not better, right here.
The insurance? I wouldn't trust it to pay off.
*WARNING - I may or may not know what I am talking about.
I too am going to pass upon renewal.
thanks guys, I almost joined... don't tell my wife!