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This angle measures 53 degs when measured with a Swanson Speed Square. That could be considered 127 degs but not normally the way it is called in the carpentry world.
Here is the trick;
Take the 53 and subtract it from 90. That leaves 37. Divide that by 2 and you have the magic number for the fixture angle of 18 1/2 degs.
Cut a fence block at your 18 1/2 and move the saw back to 90. Clamp it down and nibble a little of the long point off. That will be handy for a couple things, one is it gives you the exact location of the cut line to line up a mark on your work piece if you are cutting it to finished length with this cut.
Find a way to hold your piece down safely against the fence and cut.
You may need to make a slight adjustment to get a great fit. But that is one way to get it done.