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Features
  • Solid Steel Construction
  • Heavy Duty Thickness
  • Loosening is Reduced Compared with Modern Nails
  • Great for Historic Renovation and Preservation
  • Made In The USA
Details
Style Colonial
Item Sold As Box in Selected Weight
Included Hardware None
Usually Ships In 1 to 2 Business Days More info >
Warranty 5 Year Warranty
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Description & Dimensions

Standard steel common rosehead cut nails available in 3 different lengths. These standard square nails are not hardened and can be clinched. These nails are useful for framing, roughing in, scaffolding and face-nailing pine or softwood floors. Also used for cabinet work, interior and exterior siding, furniture repair, batten doors and paneling. There are approximately 97 nails per pound for 2" (6d), 68 for the 2 1/2" (8d) and 50 for the 3" (10d). Other lengths available and also rust-resistant Hot-Dip Galvanized nails, call for details.

 
 
Hardware Tip:
Square or cut nails are very durable and have been used for over 200 years. They are hard to pull out because their shape causes the wood fibers to push downward and wedge against the nails. Learn about hardware >

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