Another emergency gadget that allows the placement of a 5/8" pin in many unusual locations. Because of its strength and very thin profile, it could be slipped behing a door moulding, window sill moulding, the top of a closed door, a baseboard, etc. etc.
I'm too curious... why is there a putty knife with this pin?
Asked by: Etienne
The putty knife with 5/8" pin is used to mount a small, lightweight fixture with a 5/8" receiver. The putty blade is wedged under a lip or into a crevice such as the siding on the exterior of a home, a doorjamb, or a ceiling beam. This is normally a quick fix when other rigging is limited due to time or gear restraints. Anytime anything is rigged overhead it must be safely secured.