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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