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Annular Ring shank nails have ridges or spirals around the shank which can increase the holding power of the nail by 40 percent plus. The ridges act as little barbs or wedges that lock the nails firmly into the wood once it’s driven, resisting removal. These nails are typically used in softer woods. This type of nail is also used for drywall or deck board applications because of the pullout resistant feature of the annular rings on the nail shank.

Hardboard nails are the smallest, 20mmx2mm, designed to be barely seen once hammered fully into hardboard, thanks to a diamond-shaped head.

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