One issue discussed in the big gun control debate is that of mandatory liability insurance for gun owners. The New York Times covered this, citing special liability coverage currently available to members of the NRA and the U.S. Concealed Carry Association. Read the full article here.
The theory is that if you have to buy liability insurance for your gun as you do your car, you’ll be more careful with your weapon. If you have your CHL, you know the goal is to never have to use the gun in the first place. But for the sake of discussion, let’s look at what could happen if you did.