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Inevitably there’s times in your shop that you need a few screws of a certain type, but in order to get them you have to buy a 1lb box — and you always wondered why the old man kept glass jars full of miscellaneous screws. Get a head start on a lifetime of collecting things in glass jars with McFeely’s 5 or 10lb boxes of assorted screws.

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McFeely’s is liquidating tons of mixed fasteners left over from their packaging operation, and rather than throwing them out they’re putting them in boxes and shipping them to your doorstep.  There’s no guarantee that you’ll get any specific mix, but all of the leftovers are their top-quality screws, such as stainless screws, concrete screws, and plated screws of all varieties — some of which sell for more than $20/lb.

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Get the 5lb box for $13 or the 10lb box for $25.  You pay around $8 shipping for the first box, and each additional box adds a few bucks.  Limited quantities are available — they’re only selling what’s on hand, not creating batches of mixed screws on purpose.

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5lbs Mixed Screws [McFeely's]
10lbs Mixed Screws [McFeely's]

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6 Responses to Dealmonger: 5lb Mixed Bag O’ Screws For $20

  1. David H says:

    I bought a mixed bag of bolts from McFeely’s a while back, and got mainly one size, and not a very useful size to me.

    So you may get what you pay for.

  2. Toolaremia says:

    Any Toolmonger over 30 already has a five pound box of screws. And one of bolts. And one of nuts. And another of hose clamps. Probably one of drill bits. One of mystery miscellaneous hardware too. ;-)

  3. KevinB says:

    thats funny I, I was just sorting all the ends and odds in my trays before reading this. Anyone know if the Spax screws are in this mix.

  4. Gary says:

    My wife pointed this sale out to me a few years ago (she’s definitely a keeper). 5 or 6 years ago, I broke from my Dad’s tradition of thousands of screws in Folgers cans and organized them by size and type in those black and yellow Stanley organizers with the removable boxes (Zags?). It’s nice not to have to dump 100s of screws out on the bench to find a handful of the same size.

    My response to her was – yes, its a good deal, but not after I factor in my time to organize them.

  5. David Bryan says:

    If you ever go by Stanton, Texas you ought to stop in at Sam’s Surplus. You can spot it from I-20 by the Jeep hanging from a crane in front. He’s got long tables in the back covered in miscellaneous parts for, the last time I was in, .$50 a pound, and tables of mixed nuts, bolts, screws, washers, etc., you-pick-em for $1.00 a pound, a lot of it really high quality fasteners in all kinds of sizes. Nice folks, too. I used to buy surplus navy oxfords in good shape there for about $5.

  6. john says:

    Hi,

    I lost a nice box of screws, washers, and fasteners from tiny picture, deck, drywall, machine, wood, electric, metal screws, nuts and washers accumulated over twenty years of odd and end home jobs etc. Do you have any thing like this Vs too much of one type, or know where I might find a way to replace ?

    John G

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