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Looking for a flexible solution for sheds, barns, equipment, doors, gate locks, fences, or windows? Combi-Bolt gate locks offers an innovative keyless security solution without hassle of keys. Combination locking bolt comes with pick-resistant dials, solid steel sliding bolt, and one-way security screws (delivering an extra level of protection). One-way screws are designed to only turn one way when using screwdriver. Sloped slot means screwdriver blade will simply slip out if you try to turn it counter-clockwise. Combi-Bolt was designed with extremely tight clearances to resist shims and other picking tools.
Combi-Bolt combination gate locks use four dial locking system, simple to use without sacrificing security. Open the Combi-Bolt Gate Lock by entering your code and slide the bolt. To lock gate locks, slide bolt closed and spin dials to a random set of numbers. A few simple steps, it’s easy to change combination of Combi-Bolt. Combination gate locks is easy to install since lock, sliding bolt and installation screws are included in one convenient package. Whether you have a barn door or a simple garden gate, Combi-Bolt is simple secure solution for you!
Combi-Bolt barrel bolt lock stands up to harsh weather with chrome plated brass dials and rust resistant coating on body of lock. Solid-die-cast metal body and 3/8” hardened steel shackle make gate locks perfect for outdoor applications such as gates, sheds, or trailers. Hardened steel bolt slides tightly into strike or bolt receiver.
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Unknown (Submitted on Dec 5th 2016)
Heard about this lock from neighbor - easy to install and very sturdy.
Unknown (Submitted on Aug 4th 2016)
Needed to lock shed so kids wouldn't steal things. Easy to install (without 1-way screws) and will buy more.
sunshine (Submitted on May 15th 2012)
Bought this lock to keep neighbors and kids out of our backyard - easy to install, recommend using regular screws at first to get the lock situated.