|Item Weight||3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||1.2 x 0.1 x 0.1 inches|
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|Item model number||330104|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||1-1/4" drill bit|
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South Main Hardware 330104 Bugle Head 1-1/4 Inch #8 Coarse Thread Drywall Screw with Phillips Drive Bugle Head, 3 lbs, Black
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- 1-1/4 inch; #8 coarse thread with #2 Phillips drive bugle head
- Metal drywall screw with a Black phosphate finish and sharp point
- 3 lb box; approximately 600 screws
- Includes 1-1/4 inch Phillips drill bit
- Product dims: 5/16 inch (8 mm) x 1-1/4 inch (30 mm)
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The South Main Hardware 1-1/4 inch #8 Black coarse thread bugle head drywall screws with #2 PHILLIPS drive are great multipurpose fasteners. These screws include a sharp point and are delivered in a sturdy cardboard box package. Drywall screws are primarily used for installing drywall in houses, buildings and offices. There are approximately 600 screws in this 3lb. Package and they are perfect for jobs big and small. Also available in a 9lb. Box.
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Overall Impression: The screw heads grip nicely with the bit (no strip outs) and the point is very sharp, so no struggles getting the screws started or getting the job done overall! Great no hassle screws.
The screws are black in color and philips head style. Well worth the price too for all of them Great for home projects or for a serious building project. Also will hold heaver frames better than nails.
Yes, I am well aware that they are labeled as having been specifically designed to use for drywall purposes - but they have so many other useful applications, I might go through all 1800 of these without ever using one to anchor a mount into a sheet of drywall. Hard woods, for one, are a killer. Drive a screw 1/2" in and no speed or torque adjustment on the drill will drive that screw in any further. These screws, on the other hand, are sharp enough, and threaded at an ideal spacing to allow them - with only moderate pressure, to cut their way into any hard wood I have come across. Suddenly, the surfaces of the 4X4s and 6X6s that secure my home are mountable surfaces for lights, etc... these screws really cut it! They simply do not require anchors to complete them or to make them useful - that remains, of course, one of their uses - but only one among many!
Most of us understand that, given a choice in most situations, screws are more reliable fasteners than nails - but nails are often simpler to install - hammering vs. screwing - but the trade off is that the screw action secures a screw in a way that no nail of similar size or length can ever hope to match. The challenge has been to find screws that bit into the hard stuff - and these are them!
Useful to professional builders or amatuer DIYers, these phosphate-finished screws are just what the (House) doctor ordered!
These screws really DO cut it!!
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Because they are drywall screws, the tips are very sharp, so they sink in without tearing the drywall. That sharp tip makes them easy to use for most all of our projects. The bugle style heads are good for distributing load stress. (Flat across the top, then they have a short funnel shape to where the screw starts.)
Yes, they will rust in time, but we've got some that are similar in materials and type that we built our first chicken coop with that are still going strong after 10 years. The first project tackled with this box was replacing privacy fence panels that had popped off. They normally have headless brads in them, but without heads on the brads, sometimes they just pop off. We replace them with these screws, and they hold tight and stay up.
They have Phillips head ends and stick well to the magnetic drill bit and go in like a dream with a cordless drill.
It's nice that they include a matching drill bit with the screws for anyone that needs it.
2 important considerations, that could be downsides if used for OTHER than drywall:
->They have black bugle heads that show limits their use in decorative projects
--->If exposed to weather, they can rust