Ram Pin or Push Pin
Ram Pin or Push Pin
£15.46 (£12.88 Ex. VAT)

Ram Pin or Push Pin

Code: 111078

  • Easily push panel pins into hardboard, plywood or upholstery
  • Spring action leaves tool ready for reloading
  • Plantation grown hardwood handle
£15.46 (£12.88 Ex. VAT)

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In Detail

The easy way to push panel pins into hardboard, plywood or upholstery. The pin is placed in the brass barrel. A firm push will drive the pin home and a spring action leaves the tool ready for reloading. Simple to use it leaves one hand free to hold the work. No more bruised fingers trying to hold small pins when using a hammer! This particular Ram or Push pin comes from Crown of Sheffield, it features a brass mechanism with a plantation grown hardwood handle.

Reviews (2)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 2.9 out of 5 based on 2 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews


Rick Harden

9 April 2014

Doesn't work with veneer pins. Not great with panel pins.

Be aware that the heads of veneer pins are too small for this tool: they fit into the brass barrel cockeyed, and so are driven crooked. Panel pins are a better, but can also end up not being driven straight.


16 December 2011

Does the job

Certainly more effective than bashing your fingers with a hammer! The quality is reasonable and up to the job, although the barrel has a bit more 'play' than I'd ideally like.

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