Okay, so here are the images, assuming I don't screw up posting them. I've never posted images in a post, so if they're not there, give me a few to figure it out. I don't know how helpful they will be though, due to circumstances that I will explain below.
EDIT: yeah, I can't do it right, so for now you'll have to click on the thumbnail link to look at the full size pic.
The tip is filed down excessicely. This is due to me thinking that the reason it wasn't going in until the shoulder hit was the tip was still too long. The cause was actually 2
This part was actually hitting the first pin. I had to file this down for the key to go in until the shoulder hit.3)
The shoulder is also filed down a little more than I originally planned, but it was a such a long process that I can't really remember why it happened. Anyway. . .4)
The head is different than the original, but trust me, it's for the same lock. For some reason the copy was made on a blank that looked different.4)
In case you're wondering, this dip has no purpose. I was just a little sloppy with the filing.
So the first key might be too
up for you to be able to come to any conclusions, but hopefully the second one will tell you something.