LOCK STAND - ALMOND/PARCHMENT WITH THREADED INSERTS

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MB15-C1
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Mount your standard footprint, collectible or training safe locks on one of our Lock Stands. Our lock stands are 100% Made in the USA*. In fact, they're made right here in Kentucky.

This is the optional version of the almond lock stand that includes threaded inserts pressed into all four lock mounting locations and two of the dial ring mounting locations. (12 and 6 o'clock positions standard, 3 and 9 o'clock positions by special request.)

Our Lock Stands are the only ones that allow you to mount a wide variety of key-operated safe locks (STUV, Mauer, and CAWI for example), in addition to standard footprint safe locks. The parchment color looks terrific too and contrasts nicely with black dials!

Our Lock Stands are available in three colors, each can be ordered with or without optional threaded inserts.

Gray (MB15-A)
Gray with threaded inserts (MB15-A1)
Navy Blue (MB15-B)
Navy Blue with threaded inserts (MB15-B1)
Almond (MB15-C)
Almond with threaded inserts (MB15-C1)

Please note: All of the Lock Stands, with or without inserts, have threaded holes in all mounting locations.

*The optional threaded inserts may be imported.

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2 Reviews

  • 5
    LOCK STAND - ALMOND/PARCHMENT WITH THREADED INSERTS

    Posted by Stuart on 29th Mar 2021

    Love this Lock Stand: My new S&G 6730 mechanical Dial shaft was about 4 or so inches long no problem I just dialed it up snug and then backed off one full turn. I then used a permanent marker (red) against the shaft threads cutting the excess off flush against the cam., sanded the end off good; then unscrewed the cam realigning the threads. The old original S&G shaft is a tad too long; I`ll just put some space washers between the lock body and practice stand inserts to enable me to get the back plate on without cutting the threaded shaft anymore in case I want to put it back on the original AMSEC safe.

  • 5
    Brass is where it's at!

    Posted by Jason on 13th Aug 2020

    If you ever remove a lock from a plastic mount and intent to reuse it, then you will want the brass inserts that these have.

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