Nails

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This article is about nails used in the Construction and Fletching skills. For other uses, see Nails (disambiguation).

Nails are primarily used in the Construction skill. They can be made of any free-to-play metal that can be smithed, although only bronze, iron, and steel nails are available to free players.

Nails can be made from a bar of the same metal at an anvil. Each bar yields 75 nails. Black nails cannot be smithed, and can only acquired from Ogre coffins, zombie hands, skeletal hands and as a possible reward from an easy clue scroll.

Players should bring more nails than needed, as nails will bend occasionally. Lower-levelled nails are more likely to bend. When carrying multiple types of nails, the highest levelled nails are used first.

Nails can also be used in Fletching to make brutal arrows.

Item Level Smithing Experience (per bar) Sawmill Store Price Grand Exchange Price
Bronze nails.png Bronze nails 1 15 7 coins 6 coins
Iron nails.png Iron nails 10 40 33 coins 16 coins
Steel nails.png Steel nails 20 75 52 coins 33 coins
Black nails.png Black nails Not player made N/A Not sold 401 coins
Mithril nails.png Mithril nails 30 120 Not sold 58 coins
Adamant nails.png Adamant nails 40 170 Not sold 78 coins
Rune nails.png Rune nails 50 240 Not sold 157 coins

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • ninja 9 October 2017 (Update):
    • Bronze and iron nails are now available to free players
  • patch 10 August 2009 (Update):
    • Logic for using nails has been rewritten.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The picture always shows 3 nails, even when you only have 1.
  • You can work with planks with more than one type of nails simultaneously.
  • The in-game skillguide would refer to steel nails by default, even if any type of nail could be used.
  • Nails do not have level requirements to use, unlike most items made of different types of metal.