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Model #120C2

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6-1/2 in. Block Plane

  • Allows warped or bowed boards to be leveled out
  • Ergonomic handle offers comfortable use
  • Backed by a lifetime limited warranty
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Price:
$1840

Product Overview

Block plane featuring a tempered alloy steel blade


Tempered Alloy Steel Blade

A strong, tempered steel blade makes it easy to level an uneven board.

Block plane featuring an ergonomic handle


Ergonomic Handle Design

A comfort-grip handle makes this block plane comfortable to hold as you work.

Block plane featuring a single point adjustment


Designed with Single Point Adjustment

A single adjustment point makes it easy to position the blade when it is needed.

Conquer your small wood planning projects with the Buck Bros. 6-1/2 in. Block Plane. It features single point adjustment device is great for making changes with ease. Make leveling warped or bowed boards easy to level out. Constructed of aluminum for durability and the plastic handle is easy to control one-handed.
  • Great for small wood planning projects
  • Precision sharpened and hardened, tempered alloy steel cutter blade ground to a razor-sharp edge
  • Single point adjustment device for easy modifications when required
  • Die-cast aluminum frame for rugged durability
  • Easy control with 1 hand
  • Polished bottom for smooth finish
  • Useful addition to most woodworker's shops

Specifications

Dimensions

Base Length (in.)
6.50
Blade Length (in.)
6.5
Blade Width (in.)
1.175

Details

Features
Removable Blade
Hand Tool Type
Plane
Handle Material
Plastic
Individual/Set
Individual
Number of Pieces
1
Product Weight (lb.)
1.75
Returnable
180-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime

Questions & Answers

16Questions45Answers

Can you do vinyl doors with this

Asked by roger June 2, 2020
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I wouldn’t. It is great on wood doors, but I’ve never tried leveling vinyl.

Is it a low angle

Asked by Bc May 14, 2020
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Not really

Can I use it to make shaving for my bird cages

Asked by Urlove May 9, 2020
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Yes - you can make long curly ones if you want or as short as you need them.

dumb question but is this really hard to push? sometimes these tools seem so easy to use and the...

Asked by CAT March 10, 2020
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It depends how much you set the blade out, the material and more importantly if your object is fixed in place. I made it work after trial and error attempts.

Should the blade be installed with bevel up or down?

Asked by Ember September 11, 2019
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Bevel up

can this be used to plane sticking door?

Asked by LJL September 2, 2019
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Yes. I have used mine for that exact purpose.

can this be used to remove excess wood glue?

Asked by moneybags April 12, 2019
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To use this block plane, you must sharpen the iron. You will need a tool to hold the blade at 30 degrees. You will need a diamond sharpening block and rubber vise block holder. This is very basic. Block plane arrives with a non-sharpened dull blade. Why not try to gently cut away the excess glue with a wide metal scraper knife. NISAKU - 3 in. Blade Stainless Steel Scraper Knife with Metal End Cap | $14.49 https://www.homedepot.com/p/Nisaku-3-in-Blade-Stainless-Steel-Scraper-Knife-with-Metal-End-Cap-NJP1130/301176091

I do not see an adjustment for cutting depth. Must take apart and guess??

Asked by frank January 2, 2019
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The blade is adjustable and removable but no depth gauge is marked on it.

Where is this plane made?

Asked by Scrapplesandwich October 24, 2018
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Notice the difference between Marty's answer and Albert's. Yes, the plane is made in China, but one should be careful and compare 'oranges to oranges'. China can and does manufacture some of the best products, but you must take price point into consideration when making a decision. Taking that into account, I do not understand Marty's hostility.

Does this make thin strips of wood?

Asked by Brandon2 October 15, 2017
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It shaved the wood very thin .

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Home Depot is A+ for letting me return this defective product with prompt refund. Opened the box to find a taped box with a used worn handplane inside. Parts didn't fit together. Had to return.
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works very well for price
Fixed my sticking interior garage door within minutes. Great value
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I'm new to block planers. Does more than what i expected for an inexpensive tool. I'd recommend t...
I'm new to block planers. Does more than what i expected for an inexpensive tool. I'd recommend to beginners. Used it to smooth 2x4 and remove rough areas.
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This was pretty easy to use. First time for me. Had to plane a 36" round table that had deep nick...
This was pretty easy to use. First time for me. Had to plane a 36" round table that had deep nicks and scratches. Turned out great!
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Ok I read all the reviews, needed a block plane, could not find the old Stanley I had but didn't ...
Ok I read all the reviews, needed a block plane, could not find the old Stanley I had but didn't want to invest a lot in a more expensive one so I opted for the Buck plane. First off, yes, there are more feature driven planes available but they all do just one thing, make thin ribbons of wood and I tell you right out of the box this plane, once adjusted to your need, is a champ at it. Mine came right out of the box with a completely flat, blemish free foot. The blade was extremely well ground and razor sharp. It has a nice heafty weight and easy use design. The plane casting is clean and well painted. Adjustment is really simple, turn cap wheel to loosen, set blade by look and feel to desired cutting depth and reverse to tighten cap which holds blade firmly locked in place. Yes, it does take a few times playing with the wheel to get your proper setting but that's a small price to pay for such a price point tool value and it comes with a lifetime warranty. This tool is worthy of any one's shop.
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Great little planer
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I needed a hand planer for a house project building a faux beam and speaker holder for a "tv build in"(see picture). I couldn't find the very old hand me down planer given to me from my old man so I picked up this little guy to plane the biscuit jointed 4x4s and one 4x6 for the project as well as manually distress the wood. Obviously it takes some elbow grease but it did the trick. Leveled well with little time enough to sand it down for a nice level surface. Price was great too.
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I had a front door that stuck and was hard to open so when I decided to repaint it, I thought I'd fix the door first. This plane did the job in no time at all. It has an adjustable blade that allows you to set the depth you need and lock it into place. It is lightweight and easy to hold. I did my job with the door on still on the hinges and used the plane vertically without an problem. It gives nice even cuts on each pass.
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This product worked very well. It was hard work...
This product worked very well. It was hard work but that is the nature of this type of project.
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