The original portable tools invented in 1928 by Morse-Starrett to cut wire rope. Actuated by striking with a hammer, they are easy to operate and give superior performance without jamming. They are precision-engineered to deliver a clean cut without affecting the original roundness of the wire rope. The blades and dies are made of the finest tool steel available, heat-treated, and ground to close tolerances.
Model No. and cutting cap.