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PostPosted: Sun Apr 02, 2017 7:46 pm 
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Does anyone know where i can get 20mm wood screws for this gun?


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Drywall screws ? iirc 25mm is the smallest, screwfix stock them £20 per 1000


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:withstupid: and shop around on price,you'll get a box of 1000 for about a tenner.

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The Germans certainly do a lot more in PZD than we can get here, however, for collated woodscrews you might be as well trying Simpson Strongtie who do collated wood screws and lots of other studd in collated (PZD, Ph and square drive). I'm with Stevie on length, though - collateds only come in 25mm and upwards. What do you need 20mm for?

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