How many nails are there in a pound?


Nails vary in size and type and depending on the size; there can be different amounts of nails in a pound. According to http://www.glencoe.com/sites/common_assets/trade_ind_ed/woodworking_posters/Nails.pdf, there are 876, one-inch common nails in a pound and 1010 one-inch box nails in a pound.
Q&A Related to "How many nails are there in a pound?"
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