Brass Locksmiths have been making brass lockers for generations.
Today, they’re making brass eye locks and other brass cabinet pulls for generations to come.
In this article, we take a look at Brass Eye’s Brass Tumbleblenders.
Brass Eye offers two different types of Brass Tumbles: Brass Slide Tumbler and Brass Slide Pull.
Brass Slide Locks are used to lock a brass bar or barrel.
Brass Tumbling is the process of removing the brass bar from a brass slide.
Brass slide pulls are used for storing brass items.
Brass Locking The Brass SlideTumbler Brass SlidePull Brass SlideLocks are the easiest way to store brass items and items that will not fall apart or crack easily, such as jewelry, guns, or other firearms.
Brass slides have a hollow body with a copper insert that fits into the hollow of the slide.
The slide is held in place by a brass latch.
Brass Pulls Brass SlideRows have a flat plate that fits over the brass latch and slides on a spring that allows the latch to operate.
Brass Rows have hollow plates that are also placed over the latch.
The pull is attached to the slide by a metal rod that can be bent or pushed.
Brass Tube A Brass Tube is a piece of metal, usually made of brass, that is threaded onto a tube and is held at a certain length in a metal clamp that fits inside the brass tube.
Brass tubes are used in many kinds of storage.
Brass Bags Brass Bag Tumblers are used with brass bar bars and can be used to hold items that are not made of steel.
Brass Buckets Brass Bucket Rows are used on brass bar barrels and can hold a variety of items that require protection against sharp edges or scrap metal.
Brass Bars Brass Bars are used as a storage container for brass items that have not been properly lubricated, such the gun barrels or brass bar stock.
Brass Lockers Brass LockERS are made with brass and are often used for storage of brass items or items that can easily be broken apart or bent.
Brass locks are often made with Brass Tube Rows.
Brass Barrels Brass Barrel Tumbers are made of metal and can lock brass items, including firearms, in a gun barrel.
These brass barrels have a steel plate and brass lock ring on the bottom.
Brass tube barrels can be found on brass barrels and are usually used for guns.
Brass Slides Brass Slide Pulls are the same as Brass Slide Rows, except they are made from brass instead of brass.
Brass Plates Brass plates can be made of plastic or metal.
Plastic plates are usually made from a hard, heavy metal.
Metal plates are typically made from nickel.
Brass and Brass Plastics Brass Plasters are used by brass and brass-plastic manufacturers for storage purposes.
Brass plates are made to fit a brass barrel.
Plates can be installed into a brass lock.
Brass Lever The Brass Lever is the easiest and most economical way to secure a brass item to a brass plate.
Brass lever locks are typically used for lockers, carriages, and other storage items that may be fragile.
Brass-Plastic Lever The brass-plate style brass-bolt lever can be mounted onto a brass or brass-steel bar and locks the item in place.
Brass Bolt Locks Brass Bolt Rows can be built with brass or steel.
The brass bolt latch can be a simple pin-and-bolt, a brass-pin, or a brass pin-lock.
Brass Plate Locks brass plate locks are used primarily for carriages and other items that need protection against scratches, cracks, or the like.
Brass Pin-and Cylinder Locks The brass pin and cylinder latch can both be made from metal.
They can be bolted together and can also be attached to a steel bar.
Brass Rods Brass Rod Locks can be threaded into brass bolts.
Brass Rings Brass Rings can be easily built into brass locks.
Brass Stands Brass Stays are made by filling a brass chamber with molten brass.
These stands can hold items in place that are otherwise impossible to lock onto brass plates.
Brass Bar Stands brass bar stands can be filled with molten metal and hold items.
Pliers Brass Lugs can be cut to fit into brass bars.
Brass Keyrings Brass Keychains are made using brass.
The keychain is often wrapped in a brass band and secured to the brass plate by a latch or brass screw.
Brass Cylinders Brass Cages are filled with brass to hold a number of items.
They may be filled in a similar manner as Brass Plastic Locks, or can be constructed from any metal.
These cages may be made with or without brass bands.
Brass Drawers Brass Drawer Locks may be built from brass or metal with or with metal bands.
A brass drawer may have a metal latch