pins to hold in the screens in wood windows made by Caradco-

A handy person from Grandville, Mich.49418 says:
I built a new home over 20 years ago and put in windows by Caradco. The windows are wooden. The screens were held in the frame using a stick-push-in pin. A number of these have broken off and have no ability to hold the screens in place. I was told by a clerk at Lowes that your company could help me obtain new pins.

I could use a minimum of 12 of these.

How can I obtain these?
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Paul from SWISCO responded:
Hey, Fred. I'm not sure what you have without seeing the pins in question, but Caradco has been known to use our 70-008. The tip thickness is 7/32". See if this is a match. If not, we will need pictures of your old pins in order to recommend the best match.
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