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Scrail 2-1/2 in. x 1/9 in. 33-Degree Plastic Strip Versa Drive Nail Screw Fastener (1,000-Pack)


2-1/2 in. x 1/9 in. 33-Degree Plastic Strip Versa Drive Nail Screw Fastener (1,000-Pack)

$79.41 /each

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Save time and money with this nail-screw hybrid that delivers the speed and holding power of both. Install with the speed of collated nails, but with the holding power of screws. FasCoat finish withstands more than 2,000 hours of salt spray testing before first signs of red rust.

  • Twice as fast as ordinary collated screws
  • Faster fastener
  • Eight times faster than bulk screws
  • Saves time and labor costs
  • Can be used in most popular nailers
  • Coarse thread type
  • Fascoat finish
  • Includes 1000 Scrail fasteners




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September 9, 2015
Will these 33 degree strips work with the Paslode Impulse Nailer? The Impulse Nailer requires 30 degree nails. I was wondering if these 33 degree nails are close enough to work in the Paslode. Anyone have experience with this?
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July 12, 2016
Hello pmikejunot. Thanks for your question. I show that this fastener can be used in the Paslode 5350S. It is for use in most 31-34 degree strip nailers. I hope this helps. You are welcome to call us at 800-243-8665 for more info and to ask questions.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best nail/screw for nail guns! This has to be one of the best products ever made. You shoot them in like a nail but you can remove them like a screw. Holding power is greater than a nail and removal is much easier and just like removing a screw. They are great for outdoor projects where you might have to remove a board or two after time. With nails removal is difficult to impossible. With this product removal is very easy. The holding power is much greater than nails too. Huge winning item! Wish they came out with this years ago. September 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by slick idea that solves nailing problems. The Versa - Drive ( screw- nail) is the best idea to be used with auto nailers since the inception of the air nailer. The advantage is the super secure screw system delivered by air guns. The thread design is such that the threads do not cut the wood fibers on entry but instead spreads the fibers for a good hold. The fastener can be adjusted for tightness and depth with a plain screwdriver. The actual fastener holds better than a nail and resists working loose, The quality is superior and the rust resistant finish will last. July 20, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for tempary fastening. These nails work great in my nail gun. They drive the same as standard nails. But you can remove them later, witch makes them great for attachments that you will have to remove at a later date. The heads are designed for use with both Phillips and square-drive bits. I like the square drive - there is almost no chance of stripping out the head. You have to be a bit more careful when using a Phillips bit, as you do not have as much of a head to work with. This can be a problem in hard woods. While I mainly used them for temporary attachments, the heads actually look good enough to leave. They look "dressier" then standard nail heads. August 31, 2014
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