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Re: The Veritas Shooting Plane - Reviewed

William Duffield, on the Cohansey
I figured out answers to two of my concerns.

No, a flat top bedrock (at least the L-N version) is not designed to fit the Stanley #52 shooting board. The chute track is 2-1/8" wide, according to Lee-Valley documentation, while the side of a L-N #7 is 1-7/8" high.

As I suspected, I do have a way to answer my question about replacement blade compatibilities. I remembered that I have a Veritas A2 blade and improved chip breaker stuffed in a tool chest that I purchased to restore a Type 13 Stanley Bailey #6 (that I still need another roundtuit to complete). I opened it up, put it together and dropped it into my L-N #7. Other than a gaping mouth opening (a trivial adjustment on any Bedrock), it works just fine. At least, my depth adjuster engages this blade and chip breaker without a problem.

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Just furniture? :D
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Thanks for the review
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Stanford deserves a compliment here
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The eagle just swooped down..... *PIC*
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Negates much of the benefit of the skewed blade?
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Not so ...
Derek is right
Varieties of ramped boards
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There is something new under the sun
Another way to shoot veneer ..
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Planing and edge stabilization
Sandpaper shooting
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Chiming in.....
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Thanks, Roger! *NM*
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The way I see it
That's a pretty plane, Roger
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Give it up, Fellas...
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Methodology, I got a chuckle...
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Excellent review and discussion, Derek
A doddle?
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Bravo, Derek! *NM*
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