- Not to be confused with Bag of Nails.
Metallic nails used in construction. Primarily used for attaching things to other things.
Securely attaching objects to other objects can be done easily with the use of nails. At its basics, nails are nothing more than a pin-shaped peg with a flat head on one end and a sharp point on the other. Nails are inserted pointed-end first before being pounded in with a hammer. Aside from their uses in fastening objects in place and in crucifixion, nails are often hammered into the wall as crude decorations or for use as hangers.
Sold in hardware stores in a wide variety of shapes and sizes.
- Compound structures
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