A wire stripper 6" is a hand tool used for stripping the insulation off the end of wires. The "6" refers to the size of the tool, which is typically 6 inches in length.
Wire strippers are used for removing the insulation from the end of wires, allowing the wires to be connected to other wires or to terminals. They are commonly used in electrical work, automotive repair, and other applications where wires need to be spliced or connected.
To use a wire stripper 6", the user places the wire between the jaws of the tool at the appropriate size gauge and squeezes the handles together. The cutting blades on the jaws will cut through the insulation, allowing it to be removed from the end of the wire.