Hi. Just wondering if anyone has any expiriance with this tool. How is
it a "handed" tool ? All 14 of my other planes make no distinction of this
feature. I'm interested but at the same time questioning. Which way does the
"horn" lean for a southpaw ? Which hand holds the horn to begin with ?
Again, I'm interested but also confused...
Is this one of the "horned" models? That is, the front handle is
shaped like a horn. If it is, those horns can be slanted--by ECE--in
either direciton and might be the rationale behind calling it "handed"
in one direction or another.
Tools for Working Wood sells the ECE Primus Reform Smooth Plane in
both a right and left hand version. As already stated, the horn leans
a different direction.
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