Reply To: Stanley No. 10

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Reply To: Stanley No. 10 2015-11-02T21:30:24+00:00
Mike in TN
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Hi grubbyminer,

I have one and I don’t use it very much either. Since it is a standard pitch  rabbet plane, I assume you could use it anywhere you could use any other standard pitch rabbet plane, maybe touching up wide tenon faces such as in timber frame work? You could still use it as a jack plane but it probably would have more of a tendency to leave plane tracts unless you sharpened it in such a way that it would reduce the usefulness as a rabbet plane. Perhaps you could run it through the Tool Swap/Classifieds section of the forum and trade it for something more useful to you.

Have fun.

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