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posted by Dawn .
Right now i'm doing this kinda cool (kinda) project. I need to find the price of all my supplies when i'm building something. So ummm yah. I need to know the pice of nails...you know not a finger nail but a nail that you use a hammer. I don't know how much i need...maybe 100200. What would be the price for that?
I keep looking online but i'm having troubles. Help would be great!
Thanks...

Since nails come in various sizes and types, you'll need to decide just what you need. I suggest that you go to a local hardware store and check the prices there.
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