Silicon Bronze  Threaded Annular Ring Nails
 
  • Silicon Bronze  Threaded Annular Ring Nails

Silicon Bronze Threaded Annular Ring Nails

Our Silicon Bronze ring nails (also referred to as bronze boat nails or ring shank nails) are threaded with annular ring barbs to create a locking effect and resist pullout stresses. This thread form provides holding power comparable to wood screws with maximum back-out resistance.

We recommended silicon bronze nails for wood or plywood joints where maximum resistance to withdrawal loads is required.

Note: Not recommended where shear, lateral or racking loads are significant, or for end-grain nailing.

12 x 3/4" only sold in 100lb minimums.

 
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Tech Spec Product Info User Generated Content
Fastener Type: Nails
MET / STD: Standard
Metal: Stainless Steel 316
Type: Nails
4.8 16

Loving These Nails!

5

This is the first time I've used small ring nails instead of screws for fastening planking to longitudinal battens. I wish I'd done this a long time ago. You might need a dolly, like a car body shop uses, to back up the batten as you drive the nails between frames. They sell one here, but I see it's on clearance so it may be gone by the time you read this. I made one 30 years ago for copper rivet and rove fastening by filling a 2" steel pipe cap with melted lead. Still working as good as it ever did.

Byron

WV

Yes

Great quality, same as ever

5

You might think that bronze ring shank nails would be a standard thing. Not so. Jamestown Distributors has proven time and again that what they sell is the real thing and it will meet my expectations. I no longer search around when looking outside my local supply area, I go straight to them and the next thing I know I have what I wanted and it is as described. This has real value to me.

Mattacme

Amesbury, MA

Yes

Boat building necessity

5

I pre-drilled smaller holes in the mahogany wood so that the nails wouldn't bend over as I hammered them in as they're softer than iron nails.

Mannanj

ALTO, GA

Yes

great nails @ great price

5

These nails are tough to get out and a little soft - I am nailing into oak, so i drill a small pilot hole.

SAML

MT PLEASANT, SC

Yes

Good quality

5

Again all of the fasteners I have purchased from these folks have been of good quality.

Gary L. Sr.

Saint Maries, Idaho

Yes

Manufacturer needs to do QC checks

2

After recieving this product I became concerned with whether I would have enough nails to finish my job...I then began to count the number of nails in the initial 2 box purchase...both boxes only had 290 nails in them...NOT 302..so I had to order more product causing me to incur unnecessary shipping charges...had I known each box was short on nails I would have ordered more to begin with and saved on the initial shipping...it's bad enough I didn't get what I paid for, but had to pay again to get the same quantity...JD needs to question the manufacturer on their QC and how each box had a low nail count...

Pepperidge

Slidell, LA

No

Bronze ring shank nails

5

We're using these to build a 12 ft wooden boat that we'll auction or raffle off to get funding for the grade school. The 12 kids involved are learning a lot about wood working, from buying plans to visiting the lumber mill to epoxying, nailing, screwing, varnishing, and painting. Pre-drilling holes for the nails that attached the side panels to the stem was an eye opener for some of the kids.

FREDP

PINCKNEY, MI

Yes

Great product will buy again

5

I use these nails on basket bases. Nails hold fast and do not rust.

Ray the basket man

Lempster N.H.

Yes

Nails are great!! Box needs to be taped.

4

The box lid came loose in shipping. Nails everywhere!!The nails were great, just what I ordered for my boat.I'm SOOOOO GLAD they are hard to get out. That's why I ordered ring shanks.

Charlie

North Carolina

Yes

Silicon Bronze Ring Nails

5

I used these nails to create a look similiar to copper nails and roves on my gunwales. Pre-drill nail holes,especially in hardwoods, a bit smaller than shank to avoid splitting your wood trim. I drilled from both sides and drove the nails towards each other in order to center them on the inner and outer 'wales. Only split 2 of 30 spacers holding inner 'wale away from top strake of boat..easily fixed with epoxy and clamp. I also dipped them in epoxy before I drove them home to seal the holes from any water intrusion. They really look great after a little burnishing with superfine sandpaper and a coat of epoxy followed by varnish.

DocChicago

Alhambra, CA

Yes

Silicon Bronze Threaded Annular Ring Nails

4.816

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