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#1 posted 06-01-2012 06:04 PM

For years, the only Chinese tool I had was a lump hammer. Now I have a Quangsheng LA BU no.62 plane with 3 blades. It is absolutly brilliant. Flat ground and square. Really sharp blades with edge retention.( I made a new rear handle in matching Bubinga as the original was short and at a strange angle for me) I had dabbled with one of their plane blades and chipbreakers after buying a Rob Cosman combo. then a few more, pls a lever cap iron and bronze adjusting yoke. I am about to buy a QS LA block plane that like the 62, coms with 3 blades with different angles pre ground. I reccomend without reservation. One of my colleages has bought a QS no.5 plane.

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