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Type 304 Stainless Steel - Threaded Annular Ring Nails
Also known as SS Ring Nails or Stainless Ring Shank Nails.
Recommended for wood/plywood joints where maximum resistance to withdrawal loads is required. Annular ring barbs create a locking effect. Nails resist pullout stresses.
Not recommended where shear, lateral or racking loads are significant, or for end-grain nailing. This thread form offers holding power comparable to wood screws with maximum back-out resistance. Corrosion resistant.
October 15, 2021
Used to nail cedar shingles on my garden shed
April 19, 2021
I am using these nails to rebuild my cedar fence. The nails work even better than screws and they are a lot cheaper. Jamestown Distributors is the only place I am able to find these kind of nails in so many sizes.
August 21, 2019
I would buy more of this product (stainless steel ring-shank/annular ring nails) if it were available in 5/8 inch length.
October 23, 2018
Used to put up cedal shingles. Holds tight and won't rust due to the cedar.
July 20, 2018
I am building a plywood boat and originally started using copper ring nails. The first panel I installed on the port side I had about a 20% loss rate on about 200 nails. I am not a carpenter and any slight glance and the nail is done. I used the SS nails on the starboard identical panel and lost 3 nails. The nails will be encapsulated anyway.
May 13, 2018
The stainless ring shank nails are half the price of the box stores. They are a slightly heavier gauge which was not an issue nailing cedar clapboards. Shipping was fast. Always a pleasure dealing with Jamestown!
September 7, 2015
I have used these on clapboard siding for years. No rust, hold very well and best of all, the heads are small enough that they don't need to be caulked in most circumstances.
August 17, 2015
I use these for fastening cedar clapboard siding to houses. They go in easily, are the perfect length and because of the smaller head, do not need caulking. I learned this trick from an old German builder.
January 2, 2015
These nails were used in the construction of a Martha's Tender dinghy. This is a plywood four plank boat that has a really hard turn at the bow on the bottom planks. The nails were driven into white oak stringers at the chines and held perfectly. Making the planking a lot easier than I thought that it would be.They were also used to fit the rubbing strake. In fact the only screws used in the construction were for the transom and keel.
September 2, 2014
Use the product in the production of high quality custom and production saddles. Nails really hold in areas where they are unlikely to ever be seen or removed and they don't rot or stain the leather which is full of tannic acid from tree root and bark used in the tanning process. Saddles are highly subject to moisture incursion similar to closed in spaces in a boat. We would like to keep them dry, but the cycle of dampening to some degree and drying is inevitable. Also, owners typically do not oil saddles just like they do not maintain the finish on boats until they need repair.
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