Anchors help fasten material for a secure hold. An anchor screw is held with grooves and slotting to grip and hold back the weight of the anchor base. Drywall anchors use the spiral or hook method at the end of the anchor to prevent it from coming out of the wall as a winch anchor. Fastening pins, such as a dowel pin or clevis pin, provides strength when you secure your materials. A metal cotter pin can be bent during installation to act like a staple or spring pin. A hitch pin assembly ensures that your trailer is secure by dropping the pin in place and locking. Find all of the anchors and fasteners you need for your applications.