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Sargent Lock 6500 Line Keyed Lever

6500 K

Sargent Lock 6500 Line Keyed Lever

Manufacturer: Sargent
Price: $272.04
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Sargent Lock 6500 Line Cylindrical Lever Keyed Functions
Function Description
04: Storeroom or Service
6500 Sargent
Guardbolt deadlocks latchbolt. Latchbolt by knob/lever or key outside. Outside knob/lever rigid at all times.
05: Entrance/Office
6500 Sargent
Guardbolt deadlocks latchbolt. Latchbolt by either knob/lever unless outside knob/lever is locked by push-turn button in inside knob/lever. Turn button must be released manually. Key retracts latchbolt when outside knob/lever is locked.
37: Classroom
6500 Sargent
Guardbolt deadlocks latchbolt. Latchbolt by either lever unless outside lever is locked by key. Key in outside lever locks or unlocks outside lever. Inside lever always operative.

Available Finishes
Available Trims:
Sargent 6500
Bright Brass, Clear Coated (BHMA 605)
Sargent 6500
Satin Bronze, Clear Coated (BHMA 612)
Sargent 6500
Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed
(BHMA 613)
Sargent 6500
Satin Chromium Plated
(BHMA 626)
Sargent Trim
K Rose, L Lever
The 6500 Lever Lockset is only available in KL design and split finishes are not available.
The Sargent 6500 Line is a standard duty key-in-lever lockset designed to exceed the requirements of ANSI A156.2 Series 4000 and Grade 2.
Sargent 6500
Light to Medium commercial
Sargent 6500
Sargent 6500
Sargent 6500
Hotels / Motels


arrow 6500 Line (All Functions and Prefixes) - 4430B.pdf
arrow 600 for ANSI 115.3 - Standard - 3911N.pdf
arrow 808 Strike for ANSI 115.2 - 28 Prefix - 4049W.pdf
Instruction Sheets
arrow Instructions for installing 6500 Line Single & Double Lever Pull - A6913E.pdf

Features and Benefits

  • For doors 1 3/8" to 1 3/4" only
  • Backset is 2 3/4" standard. 2 3/8" optional
  • Cylindrical housing is steel zinc dichromate finish
  • Front is brass, stainless steel; 2 1/4" x 1 1/8", standard with 2 3/4" backset
  • Strike is standard curved lip, No. 600, NSI A115.2, brass or stainless steel. Can be furnished with No. 808 or No. 505 strike
  • Universal, not handed
  • Brass latchbolt with 1/2" throw. UL/cUL listed
  • Two nickel silver keys
  • Brass, 6 pin cylinder, LA keyway standard. Can be masterkeyed with any SARGENT lock
  • Prefixes: for detailed information, see "Functions" page of catalog
  • UL/cUL listed for use on fire doors. UL-F78E5
Questions and Answers
Q: So this guy called and has some of these locks with a button in the attached photos. They want to get a lever with a different type of lock on it because he says that every time they go out the door, it locks on them. These look super cheap and they say Advantage. Says their contractor isn't being of any assistance to them and is looking for help... Would this require that they change the entire lockset out to something different, ya think? Not real sure if we can even help this guy or what I even should ask for..?

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"we need them to turn and lock only not push in and lock. If anybody just bumps it they will lock automatically"

A: that is an entrance function meaning it can always be left in the unlocked position and if it's locking on them when they go out the door then they were intentionally locking it behind them.

I would ask them to explain how it is that the door is locking on them when the button shown in the attached image is clearly in the unlocked position.

Understanding the actual problem - the client would be best served by simply installing a wall stop such as the item as seen here :

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The hole that is in that concave. is specifically intended to receive the push button so to prevent the automatic unintentional relocking of the door If a wall shop is not an option but we can certainly sell them keyed locks that will only have a button that turns and does not push and I would calculate about $20 each for those

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