The most widely used nail types are shown here. They may vary slightly between manufacturers.
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This general-purpose nail is good for joining wood. Widely used where “rough” finishing is acceptable—in studwork, for example. The round head provides a good point of contact for a hammer but may split wood if driven down too far.
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