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Has anyone come across an ERA 6pin key. Looks like a ER2 but ER2 does not enter the lock. The key has faint milled profile along side of the key along the cuts 

 

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It looks like a normal 6 pin ERA key to me, but it looks like some cowboy took the shoulder stop off it. In circumstances like this I just decode them and cut them by computer. I've known some struggle to fit in but they loosen up over time, I refuse to use universal blanks, it's an ugly approach. I don't personally know any ERA locks that are not a standard open section profile, I've never known any to require any additional milling in their own keys at least.

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10 hours ago, nxasdf said:

It looks like a normal 6 pin ERA key to me, but it looks like some cowboy took the shoulder stop off it. In circumstances like this I just decode them and cut them by computer. I've known some struggle to fit in but they loosen up over time, I refuse to use universal blanks, it's an ugly approach. I don't personally know any ERA locks that are not a standard open section profile, I've never known any to require any additional milling in their own keys at least.

Why a cowboy?  Looks more like abusive wear and tear to me.

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