Sargent & Greenleaf Safe Lock Package 6730-100

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Sargent & Greenleaf 6730-100 Safe Lock, Dial, & Dial Ring Set

Sargent & Greenleaf 6730-100 Group 2 Mechanical Safe Lock, Dial, & Dial Ring Package

Part# 6730-100. Replaces S&G 6700 series locks, Lagard 3330 series locks, Big Red, Ilco, Precision, and many other combination locks that use the industry standard mounting footprint for the Group 2 lock, and a 5/16 spindle on the dial.

Includes standard brass bolt lock with industry standard mounting footprint, D300 black & white, large knob, convertible dial. Dial spindle is long enough to accommodate a 3.4 inch door thickness. Matching black dial ring included. Convertible dial means you can change the non-keylocking dial that comes with this kit into a key locking dial with the purchase of additional parts - key lock cylinder - and key lock escutcheon. (Parts needed to do this are:Sargent & Greenleaf Key Lock Cylinder For Safe DialsSargent & Greenleaf Key Lock Dial Insert Escutcheon)

  • Three combination wheels for 1,000,000 possible combinations
  • Patented S&G torque adjuster enhances security by maintaining proper wheel pack tension
  • Integral relock trigger thwarts punch attacks
  • Brass four-way drive cam allows mounting RH, LH, VU, or VD
  • Metal wheels (brass and aluminum) for long, dependable life
  • Brass lever
  • Uses S&G's Magic Module® footprint to match the mounting dimensions of most mechanical and electronic safe locks

Professional installation of this product is recommended. This is a quality upgrade for safes presently using 6741 safe lock packages and many others.

Complete instructions for installation and operation can be found at

S&G and Sargent & Greenleaf are some of the trademarks of Stanley Black and Decker or its affiliates.

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  • 5
    The Installation was very stright forward and easy

    Posted by Unknown on 27th Aug 2012

    I used this to upgrade the Electronic Lock in my Gun Safe. It was a straight forward swap after doing a little research on the internet.

    Yes, it was an upgrade. My oldest safe is ~100 years old with no issues and I couldn't see the electronic lock lasting that long so I upgraded/replaced the electronic lock for a mechanical lock.

    This video was extremely helpful: