Milwaukee 48-22-3079 6-In-One Combination Wire Stripping and Reaming Pliers for Electricians

Milwaukee 48-22-3079 6-In-One Combination Wire Stripping and Reaming Pliers for Electricians


  • Brand: Milwaukee
  • Color: Black
  • Manufacturer: Milwaukee
  • Model: 48-22-3079
  • Weight: 70


  • WIRE STRIPPING: Strip 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, and 18 gauge bare wire. Alternatively, strip 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, and 20 gauge stranded wire
  • LOOP MAKING: Two holes in the center of the unit will accept 8-32 and 6-32 wires to make loops for grounding screws
  • REAMING: Smooth out your pipe edges from between 1/2 to 1 inches
  • BOLT AND SCREW CUTTING: Thread your #6 and #8 bolts through the center of the tool and cut to whichever length you prefer
  • CURVED CUTTING BLADE allows you to cut through larger wire sizes than the template allows
  • Reaming Head Design-Smooth Edges of Metal Pipe From 1/2-Inch to 1-Inch (Patent Pending)
  • Bolt Cutter-Thread and cut #6 and #8 bolts to preferred length (Patent Pending)
  • Wire Stripper - Strip 10-18 AWG (Solid Wire); 12-20AWG (Stranded Wire)
  • Locking Mechanism - One handed locking and remains locked while in pouch; spring loaded for easy opening (Patent Pending)
  • Rust Protection - Increases tool life by reducing corrosion


As an electrician or general contractor, there are more than enough tools out there that you need in your kit. Simplify the process by purchasing some multi tools that can perform multiple functions. When it comes to wire stripping, the Milwaukee 48-22-3079 is more than enough. Use its onboard template to strip most standard sized bare or stranded wires. When they're stripped, use the center console to plug those wires in and form perfect loops to attach to grounding screws or other areas. You're not limited to electrical wire work with this, either. If you need to shorten screws or bolts, you can fit them into the other side of the center console to cut them down to size. You can even use the forged tip of this tool to ream out piping between one half and one inch in width. Alternatively, you can use that same tip to punch out outlet boxes. It's sturdy enough to handle hundreds on the jobsite, while lightweight enough so you can do it in relative comfort. Why have six separate tools on hand when you can keep one that does the job better? With Milwaukee, you can achieve heightened productivity.