A Proper Miter Shooting Board
That's a great presentation, Phil. Thanks for sharing!
(02-01-2023, 07:59 PM)grwold Wrote: That's a great presentation, Phil.  Thanks for sharing!

+1.  A lot of stuff I had never considered before.
(01-29-2023, 04:33 PM)AHill Wrote: I find a strip of sandpaper adhered to the fence keeps the workpiece steady.  Something like 120 or 220 grit.

Excellent idea: I will be incorporating that feature: Thanks!
(01-29-2023, 07:35 PM)Tony Z Wrote: I sold my LN #9 last winter for $650.00.  To me, it was awkward to use.  I have an LV miter shooting plane (no longer made) that is much more comfortable.

The thing I like about the no. 9 is the ability to shoot from both directions, which as you can see from above, is important sometimes.
Grwold/Stav: thanks for the positive feedback!

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