They are a variety of uses for pins. Safety pins are used to hold things in place such as clothing. Push-pins are used in a cork board for flyers and other forms of paper.
Hockey pins are integral to the sport because they are used for safety precautions. These pins are installed on the field to make sure the players stay within they bounds and safe from crashes.
The Bushnell Yardage Pro Sport 450 is a laser range finder used to measure distances between pins, nearby hazards, and other objects. It is mainly used in the sport of golf.
Besides the obvious (as targets in the sport of bowling), wooden bowling pins have been used for such things as making the bases of lamps, as balusters in a balustrade, and by the police et. al. for target shooting practice.
It is used to keep the sewing pins on so they don't get lost and for safety.
A dissecting pin is used when you need to hold a cut specimen in place. for example if you cut open a frog and need to keep the flaps in place - you put these pins through the frog's flaps and pin them to the dissecting pan that should be under.
168 pins are used on SDRAM DIMM. 184 pins are used on DDR DIMM. There are either 30 pins or 72 pins used on SIMM. 184 pins are used on RIMM.
Baseball used to be the favorite sport played and watched in the US but now football is the most-watched sport, while BASKETBALL reigns supreme in terms of MOST PLAYED.
Tie pins are used for those who wear neckties and keep both ends from dangling all over the place. You can find them at many tie stores and perhaps different clothing stores.
Pins are used to fasten a pocket, a sleeve, collar, etc, in place on the main garment, whilst being sewn with a needle and thread, or on a sewing-machine..
Crossbar Challenge is played in the sport soccer. This is a challenge which is used in the game of soccer. It can also be used to play in the game of football.
Quick release pins are useful as fasteners. They lock in place to hold whatever they need to, but they are also easy enough to remove that they can be used for non-permanent fastening.