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Bumpkey for this???
Posted 02 July 2008 - 10:07 PM
Yes, it has died down a bit and we're partly to blame!! The good news is that we're 99% caught up now with orders.
That's a another story...
Hrm. The 'china' key strikes again! At first glance it does look like a M1 key.
The easiest way to identify the key would be to view it from the tip looking down so you can see the key way. Take a look here: http://www.bumpkey.u...ut-bump-key.jpg you'll notice the key way at the bottom of the image. The way to identify it, for us, would be to see what yours looks like and then compare it with keys in our key books.
BUT - it's rather hard for us to actually see the key, so you might be able to browse around on some other sites and see the key ways for different keys...
James K. - Lead Support
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Posted 03 July 2008 - 11:46 AM
You might also try the M16 and/or the M5.
When I ran into this problem, I just bought another example and turned both the the included keys into bump keys.
Best of luck!