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    Default Forcible Entry Training Simulator???

    I have at my school a Forcible Entry Training Station which resembles a small commercial door. It has multiple locking mechanisms on it. It also has a "rail" that you slide simulated lock tumblers into and hold in place with plexiglass strips. It has no markings on it, so I do not know who makes it. I am trying to find out who makes it so i can order new tumblers. If anyone can help me out, let me know.
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    Is it possible that it was home made?
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    I don't believe so, but anything is possible
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    I'm not sure who would make those, we make our own doors to practice foricble entry...Stay Safe!
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    Try using wooden dowels for the lock tumblers. You can get them at Home Depot and there cheap..Just cut them to fit. Good Luck!

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    The prop you are using is made by S & J Entrance and window specialists,Inc
    174 Marine Street.
    Farmingdale, NY 11735.
    Tel (516) 845 7033
    Fax (516) 2936978.

    Hope this will be of use to you. We use one here in the trainining dept of the Los Alamos Fire dept. it was expensive, but I consider it money well spent.

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