Combination Slide Bolt
It’s two in one security with this mix of a traditional slide bolt and modern combination lock. The MS-40 is an easy keyless security solution for your gates, sheds, cabinets and more. Unlike some traditional slide bolts, the addition of the combination lock makes it jostle free and unable to be pulled when locked.
- Four digit combo
- 10,000 possible combinations
- Easy installation
- Can be mounted horizontal or vertical
- Jostle-free while lock is engaged
- Pairs well with existing locks for secondary or tertiary level of security
- Great for child-proofing gates, sheds, and cabinets
- Tamper plate protects screws while in locked position
- Screws only accessible in unlocked position
The MS-40 provides the simple benefits of a traditional slide bolt with the added security of a modern combination lock. Unlike some traditional slide bolts, the addition of a combination lock means that it can’t be pulled or jostled loose. Best of all, no need to worry about keys or adding an extra security device such as a padlock to secure the bolt. With over 10,000 possible code combinations, it’ll be nearly impossible to crack your code. While locked, there is a tamper plate that protects the screws, which can only be accessed in the unlocked position. Easy installation for any orientation you want with your gates, sheds cabinets and more.
3 1/2 (W) x 1 15/16 (H) in.
7/8 (W) x 1 15/16 (H) in.
Customer Questions & Answers
- Q Can somebody that doesn't know the lock combination lock the bolt? I am asking as I don't want so... answer nowAsked by August 11, 2021 2:45 AMonA
The slide bolt can be locked in the closed or open position. The bolt will only slide with the valid combination entered.
- Q Is this a one code only lock or does the user set the code at each use? In other words, can anybo... answer nowAsked by August 11, 2021 2:15 AMonA
The door can only have 1 combination set at a time that will lock/unlock the bolt. This combination is not reset when the door is unlocked or locked.
- Q Can this be used on a metal gate with sheet metal screws? answer nowAsked by June 19, 2021 3:46 PMonA
Yes, this lock can certainly be used on metal gates as long as the gap between the gate and the post is less than 7/8 in.
- Q I want to secure a wooden gate to keep people out. Is this sturdy - seems like I should get somet... answer nowAsked by January 1, 2021 6:25 PMonA
For heavier gate applications that do not have an existing latching mechanism, we would recommend a more robust locking system. For the best options for your application, please contact our sales team at 937-247-9327, option 1!
While it can be installed on a door, please bear in mind that the throw is only 7/8 of an inch as it is primarily designed for light applications (such as sheds, cabinets, etc...). I would advise on measuring the distance from the edge of your door to your door frame to ensure that the bolt will be long enough to latch properly.
Thank you for reaching you for asking. While we do not have the instruction online you can find the directions for changing the code at LockeyUSA.com You will need to download the instructions but it will have all of the information you require.
- Q can it be used on vinyl fence and can it be accessed from both sides answer nowAsked by August 22, 2018 11:28 AMonA This lock would not be recommended for a vinyl fence application. The lock is meant to be used with small, lightweight applications such as a cabinet and is only accessible from one side.