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Rob Cosman's The Grip Drill Bit Kit

Original price $41.00 - Original price $41.00
Original price
$41.00
$41.00 - $41.00
Current price $41.00
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Our Hand Plane Shooting Grip Drill Kit gives you a 1/8th inch and an 1/4 inch diameter split point, twist drill bits and an 82 degree single fluted chamfering drill bit which you need to modify your plane to accept our Hand Plane Shooting Grip known as "The Grip"

We use split point drill bits to virtually eliminate the chances of the drill bit from "Walking" on you, so you get an accurate hole.

The 82-degree chamfering bit is a single fluted bit which is the only chamfering bit we have found that gives good results.

 Product Details:

  • 1/8-inch diameter split point twist drill bit.

  • 1/4-inch diameter split point twist drill bit.

  • 82-degree single fluted chamfering bit.

  • Provide all the drill bits you need to drill the proper hole in the side of your plane to accept "The Grip". 

    Customer Reviews

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    Peter Laughlin
    Great

    Glad I bought the kit it made the installation a snap

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    Matt Noffsinger
    It works great

    Good bits to get the job done right.

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    Anonymous
    Works great!

    Works as intended. Cut like a hot knife through butter!

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    James Frost
    Works perfectly

    I bought the drill bit kit to install “The Grip” on my Woodriver 5 1/2. Worked perfectly and I had the install done in about 20 minutes. And BTW, The Grip works like a dream. Turned a great plane, which I already had, into a terrific shooting plane. Paired with my Rob Cosman shooting board, I’m all set!! Thanks Rob.

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    Tom Goss
    Quality

    My experience has been as expected. When I buy from Rob its with the understanding he has used the product and will not accept anything other than a quality product. So when you ask what my experience was I can only say as expected, a solid tool that does as expected.