SKU: GC49-30.RSPC2F-BLK

Rock Solid Pony A Spring Clamp 2 Inch - Black

The Rock Solid “A” Spring Clamp 2″ in non-reflective black with coated handle and tip features spring-operated jaws that hold a variety of material efficiently and securely. Ideal photography and video uses include securing backdrops, bounce cards, shot lists, scripts and reflectors or just about anything where an extra set of hands is helpful.

The clamp is designed for pressure clamping and when speedy application and removal are important. The handles and tips are polyvinyl-coated for comfort and protection. The “A” Clamp is available in 1" or 2" clamp jaw opening width.

The Rock Solid Pony “A” Clamp includes four holes that allow for any piece of gear with a 1/4″-20 thread and accompanying nut to be attached to the clamp.

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The Rock Solid “A” Spring Clamp 2″ in non-reflective black with coated handle and tip features spring-operated jaws that hold a variety of material efficiently and securely. Ideal photography and video uses include securing backdrops, bounce cards, shot lists, scripts and reflectors or just about anything where an extra set of hands is helpful.

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