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Source of Quality Knob Locks & Deadbolts?

Any ideas which company sells this quality lock? (pictured below)?
I've attached photos of the locks we are looking for.
The box is white, with only a keycode sticker on the end.
There are two gold keys, not labeled or stamped with keycode.
ALSO there is a plastic insert "tang" included.
Any ideas which company sells this quality lock?
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Might be buylockbox.com



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Might be buylockbox.com
Definately looks like buylockbox.com packaging. They seem to have decent products, however I haven't ordered from them in awhile and these companies change their products every so often depending on suppliers, so don't be dissappointed if you make an order and the locks aren't identical to those.

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I've never had the plastic insert from buylockbox but the packaging looks the same.
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The boxes and materials look like the ones I just got from PPM, but didn't have the white plastic sleeve in them. Same single number sticker on the sides.
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I buy from Carrdan.com

Great locks so far.
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Is that white piece of plastic, the striker plate?! WTF?
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Is that white piece of plastic, the striker plate?! WTF?
No. It goes into the strike mortise and the plate goes over the top of it.

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No. It goes into the strike mortise and the plate goes over the top of it.

See I wouldn't know about that I almost NEVER change a strike plate. I rarely change the insert in the door if it's compatible it stays and we go to the next property.
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See I wouldn't know about that I almost NEVER change a strike plate. I rarely change the insert in the door if it's compatible it stays and we go to the next property.
Yep. I can count on 1 hand how many I've changed in the past 8 years.

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