Shoulder planes come in all sizes, shapes, and price ranges, making the task
of choosing one daunting. To make your choice easy, we put six models in the
hands of Tim Peters, a master furnituremaker, hand-tool aficionado, and head
of the woodworking department at Orange Cost College in Cost Mesa, California.
After more than a month of testing and daily use, Tim and his students share
This tool review was featured in the May 2008 issue of WOOD magazine.
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