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#1 posted 09-20-2018 04:52 PM


You were warned about the addiction! :-)

I started back in 2014 and I think I can claim that I have not bought a Stanley plane this year, but after awhile I tend to forget. So maybe I did buy a few and but I can t remember.

This year, I did buy a file cabinet to keep my planes in.

2 No 8 s. 5 No 7 s. 5 No 6 s (I think). 5 No 5 s. 6 or 8 no 4 s. 2 no 3 s and various block planes, spoke shaves, scrapers, a cool push-pull Stanley 148 tongue and groove plane, plus a few asian planes, not to mention chisels. Meanwhile I seem to have very little time to actually use these tools.

Yep. Watch out!

-Paul

- Ocelot

Yes you did warn me Paul, and you were right.
I picked up a couple of Millers Falls planes at a thrift shop a few weeks ago and then just bought a 14B off e-bay. I guess I better start thinking about a place to keep all of these because my garage shop is full of tools already?

These will be my winter projects I think.

-- When you leave your shop for the night, make sure you can always count to 10.


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