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#1 posted 09-25-2012 12:20 AM

Agree with all above who say the only critical part of the plane for shooting is a straight blade (no camber) and setting it straight across the mouth in the plane. I have a Record T-5 that I use for shooting and it is not 100% square, but because of how it is set up, it makes perfect 90 degree faces. Save your time and don’t worry about sanding down that plane. Spend your time on the blade and set up (which will take much less time).

-- Mike


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