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Combination Lock and Deadbolt Device Specifications

How do you know which lock to use for what application?  You can visit our handy storage matrix page to see which policy document (regulation), lock, and storage requirement depends on what material you are storing.

 
S&G 8077 Combination Padlock
  • FF-P-110J, Padlock, Changeable Combination (Resistant to Opening by Manipulation and Surreptitious Attack), 11 February 1997.
  • FF-P-110J Amendment 1, Padlock, Changeable Combination (Resistant to Opening by Manipulation and Surreptitious Attack), 20 January 2004.
 
Weapons Storage / Armory Vault Locks
 
Kaba X Series / S&G Model 2740 Mounted Locks
  • FF-L-2740B, Locks, Combination, Electromechanical, 15 June 2011.
  • FF-L-2740B, Amendment 2, Amendment to Federal Specification Locks, Combination, Electromechanical, 21 August 2018.
  • QPL-FF-L-2740-10, Federal Qualified Products List, Locks, Combination, 25 November 2013.
  • FF-L-2938, Locks, Combination, Electromechanical, US Allies, 17 August 2022.
 
Pedestrian Door Deadbolt Devices
  • FF-L-2890C, Lock Extensions (Pedestrian Door Lock Assembly Preassembled, Panic and Auxiliary Deadbolt), 22 February 2019.
  • QPL-FF-L-2890-4, Federal Qualified Products List, Lock Extensions (Pedestrian Door Lock Assembly Preassembled, Panic and Auxiliary Deadbolt), 13 January 2022.
 

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