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Old 11-07-2018, 11:17 AM   #1
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Any BNC Connector Recommendations Out There?


I am looking to purchase some good quality RG59 BNC compression fittings. I have ordered some mixes on Amazon I am not thrilled about. Too many wasted attempts. I have used some quality ones in the past and would like to do so again.
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Price vs quality I stock Ideal. But any major manufacturer is good, T&B, Belden etc.

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Ideal is the brand I use.

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I use these and find them to be excellent.

FSNS59BNCU Snap-N-Seal BNC Compression Connector

You will need the compression tool.

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I use these and find them to be excellent.

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You will need the compression tool.

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The great thing about those is they fit the T&B snap and seal tool as well.

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