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A more permanent form of pegging. Nails are usually assumed to be magnetic; non-magnetic brass or copper nails are available, but they are weaker and more expensive. Nailing requires an Ongar Denail or other equally strong countermeasure to negate.
A more permanent form of pegging. Nails are usually assumed to be magnetic; non-magnetic brass or copper nails are available, but they are weaker and more expensive. Nailing requires an Ongar Denail or other equally strong countermeasure to negate.

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Categories: A to Z
Categories: A to Z

A more permanent form of pegging. Nails are usually assumed to be magnetic; non-magnetic brass or copper nails are available, but they are weaker and more expensive. Nailing requires an Ongar Denail or other equally strong countermeasure to negate.

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Categories: A to Z

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