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Model # 120LSO

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$13.97
  • Designed with 1 in. blade for powerful cutting capabilities
  • Made of steel and aluminum for lasting use
  • Features adjustable screw for ideal cutting depths
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About This Product

The Buck Bros. 3 in. Model Maker Plane is perfect for use in craft, hobby and model-making projects. The plane's durable 1 in. W steel cutting blade is adjustable to help you find preferred cutting depths throughout your projects. A die-cast aluminum base and a polished solid steel frame provide durable construction.

Highlights

  • Great for model making and other craft and hobby applications
  • 1 in. steel cutting blade provides powerful cutting capabilities
  • Adjustment screw helps provide preferred cutting depths
  • Solid steel frame
  • Steel handle for a firm grip
  • Die-cast aluminum base
  • Fits in the palm of your hand
  • Return Policy

Product Information

Internet # 100351891

Model # 120LSO

Store SKU # 749513

Store SO SKU #231746

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Specifications

Dimensions

Base Length (in.)

3

Blade Length (in.)

3 in

Blade Width (in.)

1

Details

Features

Removable Blade

Hand Plane Type

Block Planes

Hand Tool Type

Plane

Handle Material

Steel

Individual/Set

Individual

Number of Pieces

1

Product Weight (lb.)

0.45 lb

Returnable

90-Day

Tools Product Type

Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

Limited Lifetime

Questions & Answers

3Questions
caret
Q:Does this item come fully assembled and does the blade need to be sharpen and adjusted out of the box?
by|Jul 23, 2021
5 Answers
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A:  It came assembled with blade in place. I did adjust it to make it a little less of a bite but it was easy and did a great job

by|Jul 6, 2022

A:  Yes, but the blade needed a touch up.

by|Mar 10, 2024

A:  Ready to go, no sharpening needed

by|Jul 28, 2021

A:  Ready to use. Just adjust the depth of the cut you want.

by|Jul 27, 2022

A:  It is sharp but the cut needs to be adjusted.

by|Jul 24, 2021
caret
Q:What is the best way to reassemble a 3inchplane
by|Mar 14, 2021
4 Answers
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A:  Trash , not sharp at all totally unusable out of the box. Waste of money

by|Feb 22, 2023

A:  Position the blade and hold it in place with one hand, and tighten the retaining screw with the other hand. You’ll likely need to do this a few times before you get the blade straight + to desired height.

by|Feb 2, 2024
2 found this answer helpful

A:  there isn't mush to reassemble

by|Jun 24, 2021

    A:  In the accompanying photos you can see the 3 step process. Step 1 is to insert the small painted metal piece into the larger painted metal base until it rests on the silver colored rod...there is an indentation in the small piece that rests against the silver colored rod. Step 2 is to insert the silver colored blade between the small blue metal piece and the larger blue metal base. The key here is ito nsert the blade correctly...the angled edge imust face down toward the bottom of the base of the file (larger blue painted metal). Step 3 is to insert the tightening bolt. This bolt screws in to tighten down the blade. You can loosen the bolt to adjust the depth the blade will cut. When you get the right depth then tighten the bolt...use a screwdriver in the slot of the bolt to finish tightening.

    by|Mar 29, 2024
    9 found this answer helpful
    caret
    Q:Is it made in the USA?
    by|May 8, 2020
    4 Answers
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    A:  China

    by|Mar 14, 2021

      A:  While it does not specify it on the tool itself, after researching it, this tool is made in China.

      by|Mar 6, 2024
      1 found this answer helpful

      A:  Fit perfectly in my hand and did a great job

      by|Nov 14, 2020

        A:  No, the packaging states made in China.

        by|Oct 27, 2020
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          Customer Reviews

          3.8 out of 5

          • 3.8 out of 330 reviews
          • 71% recommend this product
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          Perfect size planer if you need to take a little bit off a small area and can't fit a larger in. I didnt realize they made them this small until I did a search and found it. There is mixed reviews on this which made me skeptical of buying, but I decided to try it out anyways and it worked great for me. I needed to shave off a little corner of some cabinets that I was installing and it was a breeze to use. In fact, I don't even know how the other reviewers had issues. It very handy and is my go to tool now if I run into areas that require the same and in my profession this tool saves the day.
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          It's a little hard to adjust just right but when it is, it's fun to see the wood slide off your p...
          It's a little hard to adjust just right but when it is, it's fun to see the wood slide off your project.
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          Nice, well built little plane. Exactly what I needed for my door installation. Highly recommend...
          Nice, well built little plane. Exactly what I needed for my door installation. Highly recommend for small projects.
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          2 found this review helpful
          I absolutely hate Buck Bros. However, this is a gem. I've always heard it called a 'finger plan...
          I absolutely hate Buck Bros. However, this is a gem. I've always heard it called a 'finger plane" and mine is over twenty years old, used regularly and going strong. The body is actually aluminum and I've polished the sole of mine to a shiny mirror finish. I use this where most people would use a block plane - for making chamfers but I also use it regularly in conjunction with a spokeshave. I think this is quite complimentary to a spokeshave and I have both on my bench when making tool handles and the like.
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            Sharpen it and set the blade correctly...and you'll love it. I use mine every day in my sign maki...
            Sharpen it and set the blade correctly...and you'll love it. I use mine every day in my sign making business, mostly to break sharp edges. You can set the blade nice and shallow to get super thin ribbons. I ground the cap a bit to allow the screw to go deeper too. Couldn't ask for more for this price.
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              I've never used a plane as small as this one, but I make wooden cross necklaces and wanted to see...
              I've never used a plane as small as this one, but I make wooden cross necklaces and wanted to see if this tiny hand plane would be a worthwhile addition to my tool lit... Since it is so small - everything counts. Blade depth and sharpness. It comes halfway sharpened, but not near good enough for precision work. The steel seems to be of good quality. After sharpening and polishing the edge - it worked pretty darned well. As a matter of fact, the next time I was in Home Depot I purchased a second unit to keep in my travel tool bag.
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              3 found this review helpful
              Not very user friendly for a novice,especially when adjusting the depth of the blade.
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              A little fidgety but ok for the job required.
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