The Southwire Forged Wire Stripper is feature-rich and built tough with heavy-duty forged steel. If you already read our review of Southwire’s Romex stripper, you’re going to see a lot of similarities and that’s a good thing. The Southwire Forged Wire Stripper takes the standard functions of a wire stripper and puts them in a much more durable and ergonomic build with a price well under Klein’s offering. The one thing you need to look out for is the jaw length – some Pros may prefer longer ones. SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERSgoogletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1389975325257-0′); }); If you caught our recent review of Southwire’s Forged Romex Stripper, you’ll notice that the Southwire Forged Wire Stripper is very similar. The biggest difference is this version’s shorter jaws. The headline feature of this tool is the forged, heavy-duty steel body.  The handles are covered in a rubber grip and it has an ergonomically contoured grip to fit your hand better than straight symmetrical ones. The Southwire Forged Wire Stripper strips and loops 8-16 AWG solid and 10-18 AWG stranded copper wires. Wide, aggressively-knurled jaws are designed to twist several w...