Rob Cosman's Mitered Shooting Board (Prototype)
This was our first design for our Rob Cosman miter shooting board, but it did not pass Rob's design testing. Rob preferred a shorter fence so he could grab the board he was shooting a little bit easier; however, these are still great shooting boards.
These ARE NOT seconds, just a design reject. We made 26 of these so when these are gone they will not be available again.
If you do flat miter work then you know how difficult it can be to join two miters and get a perfect 90 degree right angle and this miter shooting board enables you to create perfect 45 degree miters for that perfect 90 degree joint.
Tis is your chance to get a first quality shooting Board at a "Seconds" price level so act now.
Made with an MDF base and a Baltic Birch plywood top for stability and long wearing properties.
Formed over a slightly curved mold; the board has a subtle cup on the underside, this keeps the plane standing plumb.
Fence and cleat are made from abuse-resistant and tough tropical hardwood.
Fence glued and screwed to stay secure and at a perfect 45 degrees to the plane.
- A small rabbet is cut in the Baltic birch to prevent the blade from cutting the shooting board.
The fence is positioned several inches from the forward edge to keep the plane running straight after cutting your stock.
- Available in Left and Right hand models