Infac Safe Replacement key

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Pedro

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Just a quickie, perhaps someone has an answer:

To cut a long story short, one of the keys to my gun cabinet has gone walkabout, it's an Infac, which I believe are made in Spain. I wasn't happy to keep the safe, in case the key had found it's way to where it shouldn't be, however unlikely, so I used the opportunity to buy a bigger safe and replaced it. The original safe has now found a new home where anybody having the original lost key won't find it. However, it would be good if a spare key could be sourced. The remaining key has a serial number on it, but I can't find out who the importers are and how I'd go about getting one. I guess Timpson's won't have a blank...

Has anyone had this problem and how did you solve it?
 

8x57

Distinguished Member
Any locksmith can cut or source a replacement key for you though most safe keys tend to be a bit more expensive that the usual run of the mill keys.
 

Pedro

Well-Known Member
It's the type that has only one keyhole that throws five bolts. Maybe blanks are available, 8X57, I'll have a look about. Thanks.
 

Wingy

Well-Known Member
Don't know if I've missed the point but as I understand it you have one key that fits the one lock in the safe and just want a spare key. Presuming this is the case any locksmith would be able to copy the original key
Wingy
 

CharlieT

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I found these details on the WEB, might be of use. Or as said try Ladd's.

Ctra. Cervera, s/n12320 SAN JORGE ( Castellón ) SPAIN Tel. (34) 964 49 90 00 Fax (34) 964 49 91 28 info@infac-sl.com
 
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