fixed rise

 I.
  (chamber)
  n.
   a plug and shell pin chamber design associated with fixed rise pins
 II.
  (pin)
  adj.
   of or pertaining to a pin tumbler which is designed to operate properly only when its rotation capabilities are limited or precluded

Locksmith dictionary . 2014.

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