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Milescraft Pocket Jig 200 XCJ

Woodworkers looking for an inexpensive (about $40) pocket hole option may wish to take a look at the new Milescraft 200 XCJ bundle. It includes two pocket hole jigs (a single and a double barrel), and a vise grip styled clamp. Built-in imperial and metric scales allow you to easily measure the thickness of your workpiece. There are four common board thickness settings built into the pocket jig: 1/2″, 3/4″, 1″ and 1-1/2″. A recessed clamp pocket with a magnet helps to keep the clamp in the same position as you move the jig to different locations. One can easily adjust to board thicknesses with the single sled design and sled adjust button.

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