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2-1/2 in. Zinc-Plated Barrel Bolt

$3.92
  • Perfect for securing doors, gates and cabinets
  • Can be used for right-handed or left-handed applications
  • Easy to install with included screws
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Product Details
  • Perfect for securing doors, gates and cabinets
  • Can be used for right-handed or left-handed applications
  • Easy to install with included screws
About This Product

The Everbilt 2-1/2 in. Barrel Bolt is great for securing doors, gates and cabinets. It can be used for right-handed or left-handed applications. Easy to install, a durable steel construction provides a long-lasting use.

Product ID #: 202033904Internet #: 030699151424Model #: 15142

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Door Locks & Knobs Product TypeSurface BoltsFinishZinc Plated
MaterialSteelReturnable90-Day

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Questions & Answers

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Q:In what country is this made?
by|Jan 11, 2022
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A:  The Everbilt 2-1/2 in. Satin Brass Barrel Bolt is currently manufactured in China.

by|Dec 26, 2023
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    Q:How long are the screws that come with it?
    by|Feb 25, 2021
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    A:  The screws that come with the 2-1/2 in. Black Barrel Bolt are 3/4" in length.

    by|Jun 26, 2023
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      A:  screws are 3/4 inch long

      by|May 16, 2023
      1 found this answer helpful
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      Q:can this barrel bolt be used vertically to keep a stationary screen door closed on a set of double screen doors?
      by|Jan 2, 2021
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      A:  The Everbilt 2-1/2 in. Black Barrel Bolt can be used in this manner as the bolt is able to rest on it’s housing.

      by|Jan 6, 2021
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        Q:What is the length of the strike plate? (The dimension parallel to the surface it is mounted on.)
        by|Jun 18, 2019
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        A:  The bolt housing measures 1.9 inches and the bolt catch measures 0.6 inches.

        by|Aug 11, 2023
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          A:  The length of the strike plate is approximately 3".

          by|Mar 22, 2023
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            Customer Reviews

            4.5 out of 5
            • 4.5 out of 130 reviews
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            works great
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              Great for keeping the gate closed.
              Bought too many of these but worked for the the door of my chicken coop!
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              Problem solved
              I'm renovating a 100 + year old house. At some point in its long life someone removed the window pocket weights that allow the windows to stay open. Each window had two dowels, a long and a short, to hold the window open. They also removed the sash locks allowing anyone to open the ground floor windows from the outside. The windows are in good shape so I didn't want to replace them. I needed a cost effective solution. I installed these 2-1/2" barrel bolts at the left side bottom corner of the lower sash then drilled three small holes along the frame. One at the bottom to lock the window in the closed position, one half way up and one fully opened. A simple, inexpensive, solution that works like a charm.
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              Problem solved
              I'm renovating a 100 + year old house. At some point in its long life someone removed the window pocket weights that allow the windows to stay open. Each window had two dowels, a long and a short, to hold the window open. They also removed the sash locks allowing anyone to open the ground floor windows from the outside. The windows are in good shape so I didn't want to replace them. I needed a cost effective solution. I installed these 2-1/2" barrel bolts at the left side bottom corner of the lower sash then drilled three small holes along the frame. One at the bottom to lock the window in the closed position, one half way up and one fully opened. A simple, inexpensive, solution that works like a charm.
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              3 found this review helpful
              Good barrel bolt with appropriate hardware to support its application.
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              I use this to secure a crawl space door at a customer's property
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