Inspired by the side-mounted horn found on antique Scottish miter planes, this optional grip offers a comfortable handhold when using a plane on its side.
The torrefied maple horn lets you push a plane with the web of your thumb while holding it tight to the workpiece with your fingers, leaving your other hand free to hold the workpiece.
It can be mounted on the left or right side of all our custom bevel-down bench planes as well as our jack rabbet plane, installed in the same tapped holes as the adjustable fence with a pair of stainless-steel screws.
The slotted holes in the milled aluminum base plate allow you to adjust the position of the horn forward or backward to suit the layout of the plane and for comfort.
Made in Canada.