Anybody Had Their Dac Sport Safe Opened by a Locksmith?

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    Anybody Had Their Dac Sport Safe Opened by a Locksmith?

    Both my keys are gone and it would take forever to get new ones from the company so I'm thinking about a gunsmith. Anybody know how much it costs?
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    "so I'm thinking about a gunsmith" - you mean a locksmith?
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    Har! Yes, a locksmith
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    Not meaning to be a jerk, but have you thought of calling and asking for a ball park estimate?

    I used to be a locksmith. Typically there's a 'trip charge' which pays for getting the truck, components and me to your place and back. After that, labor is usually billed at an hourly rate. Some locks require special equipment of one sort or other. I know none of those particulars for your area. Probably no one else here does either.

    When you call the locksmith, know the name of the safe, the name on the lock front itself (if there is one, of course) and what sort of key or opening mechanism is used. Good luck.

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