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#1 posted 02-07-2011 05:11 AM

Get a #5 – you can joint with it adequately and do lots of other stuff too. It’s
light enough to use with one hand for chamfering and stuff like that too.

I use a #4 a lot too, and often with one hand like most guys would use a
block plane, but the #4 is no good for jointing edges.

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