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As a beginner, I'm having a hard time deciding what screws to stock up on.

 

There are the Washer Head and than Pan Head.

 

Than you have #6 and up.

 

At any time, I could be working with plywood or 10/4 Walnut.

 

I understand the fine thread/coarse thread and the screw length but what size is my biggest question at this time such as the #6,8,10 etc.

 

Any and all help will be GREATLY APPRECIATED! :)

 

Thanks

 

Dustin

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heres a great guide to go by..
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Thanks for the chart Michael.

I think we all might have a few screws loose James! :)

I understand the number to mean the shank size but even knowing that, when is it correct to use a #6 vs. #10 etc.??

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