Safeguard your purchase with a Firearm Protection Plan offered exclusively on GunBroker.com.
Promising buyers of firearms on its platform the chance to worry less and experience more, GunBroker.com allows users to safeguard their purchases with an exclusive Firearm Protection Plan. Plans provided by the online marketplace include a wealth of benefits, including coverage for new or used guns, a low deductible, and the freedom for owners to choose their repair shops.
“If your recently purchased firearm needs a fix in the future, it may cost hundreds of dollars to repair,” explains a member of the GunBroker.com team. “With that, why not safeguard your purchase with a Firearm Protection Plan so that you can worry less and experience more?” they add.
Benefits of a Firearm Protection Plan policy include three-year protection for both new and used firearms, including coverage for mechanical, parts, and labor. Better still, all repairs are subject to a low deductible of just $50. Furthermore, policyholders are invited to pick their repair shops.
“All repairs must be pre-authorized, but they can then be made at any shop with a Federal Firearms License in line with customers’ preferences,” adds a representative for the online marketplace, which is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.
Lockton Affinity administers GunBroker.com’s Firearm Protection Plan. With over five decades of industry-leading growth, the Lockton group of companies is one of the country’s most respected and highest-performing insurance brokerage firms.
Lockton Affinity, a part of the broader Lockton Companies umbrella, was established over 30 years ago to meet affinity groups’ dynamic, specialized insurance needs formed around specific shared interests. Today, they’re among the nation’s leading program administrators, managing insurance solutions for groups of 100 to more than four million members.
Firearm Protection Plans must be secured within 30 days of purchase for new guns and within seven days of purchasing used firearms. Coverage is currently unavailable in California, Florida, and Rhode Island. Fully automatic firearms and those over 30 years old are also ineligible for the program, regardless of other restrictions.
GunBroker.com is set to introduce a new listing process.
The world’s largest marketplace for firearms and accessories, the development of GunBroker.com’s online platform is, of course, an ongoing affair. While minor usability tweaks are the most common, a more significant change is now set to improve the process for listing items for sale.
Something that should please sellers across the board, a new, responsive listing page will make greater use of item defaults and allow for more effortless picture loading, all in one place, according to the company.
Existing sellers on the platform are invited to sample the new style ahead of its final deployment. Although still a work in progress, interested parties can try it now, accessing the latest stable version of the under-development new listing process via a unique link at the top of the current GunBroker.com List an Item page.