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    Found some more, including the other from the set

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    Quote Originally Posted by lyricnz View Post
    On that note, Paige was trying to convince me to give hand tools a go, planes in particular. Hereís what I found in the shed


    Looks like a Stanley No 4, a Brilliant, and a no-name. Any of them any good?

    And a lie-Nielsen LN271 small router plane, which is the only one I attempted to use.



    Found a sharpening thing under some junk. Is that anything?




    Next set of questions will be on chisels and sharpening technique
    Lyricnz,
    As Paige said, they can all be made to work, it just depends how keen you are.
    I would start with the Stanley Number 4,
    Search on the forum, or the Net there is literally a million ton of information out there about what an how too do it.

    Cheers Matt.

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    OK, I took the Stanley #4 apart to give it a bit of a clean, and check it out. According to the Stanley identifier at How to Identify Stanley Hand Plane Age and Type (Type Study Tool) | Wood and Shop and it suggests it's a "Results: Type 19 Stanley Bailey Hand Plane (1948-1961)" (except mine says Made in Australia - not USA?)

    Will give it a clean, see how it comes up.

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    Good You will have to bring it up.
    I am learning, slowley.

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