Lie-Nielsen No. 51 Shooting Board Plane

Code: 951036

  • Designed to trim mitres and end grain on a shooting board
  • Standard 60mm bench plane blade and frog
  • 380mm long and just over 4kgs
£507.50 (£422.92 Ex. VAT)

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This single purpose plane is designed to trim mitres and other end grain cuts on a shooting board. Stanley first made its version in 1909 along with a metal shooting board. Lie-Nielsen has had requests for this tool over the years, so we are pleased to announce that it is now available. This version utilises a standard 60mm(2.3/8") bench plane blade and frog, and is heavier than the original. It is 380mm(15") long, 90mm(3.9/16") wide, with a shoulder height of 54mm(2.1/8"), and is just over 4kgs. It will fit the original Stanley 52 shooting board, if you just happen to have one lying underneath your bench. Lie-Nielsen has plans to offer a companion Shooting Board in the future.

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This product is on page 270 of the Axminster Tools & Machinery 2019/20 Catalogue.
Specification

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Model 51
Nett Weight 4.1 kg (9lbs)
Plane Blade Width 60 mm (2.3/8")
Plane Sole Length 380 mm (15")
Sole Length 380 mm
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