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    What is the best devise to use to cut Firewire and its counterparts? Regular nippers don't do the trick.

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    I really like the cheap serrated "bait" knifes for sale by the register in lots of sporting good and marine supply stores. They used to be something like $3 each, but maybe they're $5 now. Cut braid like crazy, and they're so cheap you don't mind losing a few.

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    Fillet knife....

    scissors....

    Take your pick.
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    Toenail clippers work well for me. They have to be new though. Don't pull the ones out of the drawer that you've been using on your big ol' Fritos Scoops looking toenails. These will be dull and useless for line cutting.

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    I use toe nail clippers or my leathermans. What ever I havent dropped in the mud yet.

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