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Altashot

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Post Mon Jul 24, 2017 6:02 pm

Mystery lock.

Hey Guys!

I am looking at IDing this lock.
It came from a metal cabinet of unknown brand.
The following pictures are from another handle as my client drilled the other one.
I would like to find a new plug, if available, or an entire handle.
The only marking on the handle is cast on the back. It says: ENGLAND.

Thank you.

M.
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Post Mon Jul 24, 2017 8:06 pm

Re: Mystery lock.

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Post Mon Jul 24, 2017 8:48 pm

Re: Mystery lock.

Well, I'm going to wish you good luck on finding specifics. Honestly, I don't know that you'll really find much of anything about it due to its being an el cheap-o junky wafer lock. It is most likely whatever the cabnit maker had the best deal on that day or week or month, etc...

HOWEVER, and on the bright side, due to it being a junky el cheap-o wafer lock, much if not all of the mechanism should be interchangable with most other junky el cheap-o no-name wafer locks. The cheap-o wafer plugs are a dime a dozen so to say and are ubitiquious, so replacing the plug should be a breeze even without having any real details.

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Post Tue Jul 25, 2017 5:16 am

Re: Mystery lock.

If you can read the code stamped below keyway, some of us could possibly provide you key blank and bitting info..
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Post Tue Jul 25, 2017 10:19 am

Re: Mystery lock.

Looks like a Lowe & Fletcher B1856
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