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Cable Dawg Tool, ACU
Cable Dawg Tool, ACU
Cable Dawg Tool, ACU
Cable Dawg Tool, ACU
Cable Dawg Tool, ACU
Cable Dawg Tool, ACU
Cable Dawg Tool, ACU
Cable Dawg Tool, ACU
Cable Dawg Tool, ACU
Cable Dawg Tool, ACU
Cable Dawg Tool, ACU
Item: # 30-000361

Discontinued

Details:

    • Length: 7.5"
    • Weight: 13.8 oz.
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Made for U.S. Military communications personnel and telecom professionals out in the field, the Cable Dawg is a specialized, industrial grade multitool for work on fiber optic, IT, and satellite cable systems. Every single tool a communications specialist needs is combined into one - spring-loaded wire and cable cutters, CAT5 jacket cutter, RJ45 crimper, wire strippers, combo-edge knife and multiple drivers. The Cable Dawg attacks the job efficiently, safely and quickly, cutting out multiple trips to the toolbox, base camp or work truck.

*In 2012 the Cable Dawg received an update to the RJ45 crimper that more confidently connects commercially available plugs.

Industrial version can be found here

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  • 1
  • |NOV 1, 2014
  • |BY: Mhartman024 , Cable dawg// pro program

It's kind of unfair that only active duty can purchase the cable dawg. Being prior service and currently working in the cable industry I feel I should qualify to purchase this item

  • 5
  • |JUL 10, 2012
  • |BY: gerardo lara , omg

i love it !!!!!!!

  • 2
  • |SEP 3, 2011
  • |BY: Seth Hoffman , Technical Support Specialist

RJ45 crimper pins are uneven, does not make solid terminations on pins 1, 2, 3 of RJ45 modular connector.

10-24 gauge wire strippers do not line up, nicking copper when stripping.

Knife locking mechanism is very stiff and feels cheap.

Overall poor cons