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Copper Nails are often used with Copper Burrs, also known as copper washers, to create a traditional copper rivet, similar to clinch or clench nailing. Copper rivets are often utilized in classic planked wooden boat construction.
See the "Burr Size Selector" chart below for burr and nail assembly suggestions.
|Penny Size||Nail Gauge (#)||Length (inches)||Shank Diameter (inch)||Head Diameter (inch)||Count/Lb (approx)||Item Number|
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|Nail Penny Size||Nail Gauge (#)||Nail Shank Dia (inch)||Burr Loose Fit (#)||Burr ID Loose Fit (inch)||Burr Tight Fit (#)||Burr ID Tight Fit (inch)|
September 12, 2023
Special nail for installing conveyor belting.
May 5, 2020
Wood shingle installation.
April 23, 2019
Got here fast and will be using them soon. Looks great!
December 22, 2018
Not sure what you can say about these except Jamestown had the best price and they sure seem like good quality. Copper nails are a bit of a specialty item and that's where Jamestown excels.
November 23, 2017
The website was excellent. I got exactly what I needed because the website gave me complete and accurate information. Can't wait to get started on my project.
August 23, 2015
Spot Welding Electrodes
February 9, 2015
Bought to use on some furniture restoration and they are a perfect match to the original nails from 1931.
November 26, 2014
just what i was looking for
November 18, 2014
Use with exterior wood doors and screens.
October 2, 2014
I am a beginning Flint Knapper ( Arrowheads, stone knife blades ) and had searched locally for a copper rod resource to make my own pressure flaking tool. These nails are PERFECT for making your own tips for Flint Knapping tools, and are long enough / thick enough that just one will last a long, long time. T-TOTALLY happy with this product.