WHAT ARE SCHLAGE RESTRICTED KEYWAYS

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Falcon D series deadbolts will not accept Schlage Key-in-lever cylinders. The faceplate plug hole is smaller in diameter than the Schlage plug and does not fit flush when i...
For a Schlage "C"  keyway:  Specify "CP6" as the cylinder suffix when ordering  D100 or D200 locks (All other Schlage keyways are not available).
Schlage Everest B keyways are restricted SFIC keyways.
The 40-100 is a multiple tailpiece pack with a pre-assembled, 0-bitted, key-in-knob cylinder.  The kit includes the following: (1) Pre-assembled cylinder 0-bitted, less tailpiece 40-100 (...
The pack is available in all keyways, Everest and Classic families including restricted keyways except Primus. 
A PO from a distributor with a letter of authorization from the end user.
Part number 80-037 is the combinated Schlage Everest small format interchangeable core and is available in the restricted Everest B Family keyways. Part number 80-036 is an uncombinated version.
HIGH SECURITY Primus/Primus XP: In addition to six cuts for standard locking mechanism, there are five side finger pins to operate the secondary sidebar lock. Primus keys will operate non-Primus l...
Schlage Everest 29 is a new keyway family that launched in August 2012 and is patented until 2029. It offers the highest level of restricted key system security by Schlage through patent protection...
Split key systems are delivered in the highest level section on the key tip (insert): L - obverse or classic Y - reverse 0000 - Paracentric ZZZZ - Quad D000 - restricted Everest C000 - open...
Schlage changed to the Everest 29 default keyway on March 4th, 2013. At that time, Everest 29 S123 became the default keyway for all Schlage locks. Everest product is still available but must be sp...