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Combi-Locked Sliding Latch Bolt
A Lynnwood, Wash. company has added a combination lock to the traditional sliding bolt latch. It's a simple way to secure gates, doors, toolboxes, and even windows.
  Although it can be used almost anywhere, the Combi-Bolt is ideal for the outdoors since it's totally rust proof. It's actually more secure than a padlock because of the enclosed lock bolt.
  "The hardened steel bolt slides tightly into the receiver. Other products use the hasp-and-padlock design that leaves the shackle of the padlock exposed and easy to cut with a common hacksaw or bolt-cutter," says the company. "It also has pick-resistant dials, designed with extremely tight clearances to resist shims and other picking tools."
  The Combi-Bolt comes with one-way security screws that can't be removed once they're installed. You can change the combination code at any time.
  It retails for about $29.95.  
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Combi-Bolt, Box 1277, Lynnwood, Wash. 98046 (ph 800 654-1786; info@combi-bolt.com; www.combi-bolt.com).

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