The National Rifle Association is now offering a type of insurance that covers your expenses if you ever happen to shoot someone according to New York Daily News.
Like most other insurance plans, the NRA's offers different benefits depending on how much a member pays. The entry-level "Bronze" plan offers $250,000 in civil protection and $50,000 in criminal defense for $13.95 each month, according to its website. "Gold Plus" is Carry Guard's premium plan. For a monthly payment of $49.95 a month — or $549.95 per year — cardholders are covered for $1.5 million in civil defense and $250,000 in criminal defense. Insurance giant Chubb is underwriting the policies, which are being administered by Lockton Affinity.