|Part Number||SML-F125 - 100|
|Item Weight||9.1 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.7 x 2.7 x 5 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||SML-F125-100|
|Size||Pack of 1|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Kreg SML-F125-100 1-1/4-Inch 7-Fine Washer-Head Pocket Screws, 100-Count|
|Warranty Description||30 day complete satisfaction guarantee|
Kreg SML-F125-100 1-1/4-Inch 7-Fine Washer-Head Pocket Screws, 100-Count
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1-1/4" Fine Thread Self-Tapping Screws Are Specially Designed For Pocket Hole Joinery. They Feature A Self-Tapping Auger Point That Eliminates Pre-Drilling And A Flat Head That Seats Flushly In The Bottom Of The Pocket Hole. All Of Our Screws Utilize A No. 2 Square Drive Recess. The Deep Recess Of The Square Drive Provides Positive Driver Engagement To Reduce Cam-Out. Like Every Kreg Product, Our Screws Are Manufactured From The Highest Quality Materials. No. Sml-F125 - 100: 100 Count Pack No. Sml-F125 - 500: 500 Count Pack No. Sml-F125 - 1000: 1000 Count Pack
The Kreg 1-1/4-Inch Pocket Hole Screws are ideal for hardwood applications. This 1-1/4-inch fine thread works well in 3/4-inch thick, hardwood material such as oak, maple, hickory, cherry and walnut. The wide bearing of the washer head will not overdrive in the bottom of the pocket. The screw also features a type 17 auger tip that self-taps its own hole, eliminating the need to pre-drill in even the hardest materials. The large diameter steel shanks feature a bronze finish and a dry lubricant coating that eases driving torque and provides greater rust resistance. These screws come in a pack of 100.See all Product description
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Note that this screw is designed for pocket joinery. If you are using it for typical applications, remember that the head will not countersink - you will have a protruding head or you will have to drill a hole yourself.
Conclusion: it's a screw, with no unpleasant surprises.