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Nails are an integral part of home building and come in many shapes and sizes. History dates nails back over 3500 years with bronze nails being the first produced and used for construction prior to that joinery, rope, hide and wooden pegs were common ways of securing timber for buildings.
The following statements are true or false.
A blunt nail will split wood more often than a tapered point nail?
A cut nail has about 4 times the holding power of a round nail?
Common nails lose half their holding power after a few days but get some back after a month?
Nails have been made with bronze, brass, copper, iron, steel, aluminum, plastic and even corn starch?
Answers please and whoever nails it wins :mrgreen:.