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Weapons Storage / Armory Vault Locks (FF-L-2937)Contact the DoD Lock Program Combination Locks Product Information FF-L-2937 Locks FF-L-2937 Lock Order Info
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All new GSA approved weapons containers, GSA approved armory vault doors, and GSA approved field safes are required to have a FF-L-2937 mechanical combination lock. These containers and doors should not have an FF-L-2740 combination lock.
FF-L-2937 mechanical combination locks meet performance and design requirements of Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) Standard 768, Group 1 publication. These locks resist manual manipulation for a period of 20 man hours.
All existing GSA approved weapons containers, armory vault doors, and field safes may continue to use a UL 768, Group 1 mechanical combination lock.
FF-L-2937 locks are available from the DLA Troop Support. See the Mechanical Combination Lock Ordering Information page for information on how to procure mechanical combination locks.
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