If you get the edge in contact with the stock without the bevel riding, you'll get a catch, whether the bevel is short or long.
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Thanks for the input. The blade is 1 1/2 inches wide. I think using the square edge jig is probably my best bet. I had thought about using a sharpie and drawing a horizontal line across the stone and lining the cutting edge up to it while in the square edge jig.
i had not heard the term of "stone glazing" but i have definitely experienced it and been unsure of what to do with this. ...