What are you really trying to do?
Chris asked me to help out with the communications wiring part of his remodeling. I gave the electrician a layout plan and specs; the electrician ran the cable — and now I'm going to terminate it. I'm all set so far as the network wiring is concerned: been there, done that, have the tools. But I have approximately zero experience with the cable TV stuff. Initially, after fishing around a little on the web, I planned to use screw-on F-type male connectors, which I would in turn connect to the back side of female-female couplers in keystone jacks. But everyone I've talked to with any experience tells me the screw-on connectors are unreliable. So I'd like to use crimp-on male connectors (or if such a thing exists, crimp-on female keystone connectors). But I don't especially want to buy tools I'm unlikely to ever use again in my life. And a lifetime of experience using tools has taught me that I get up to speed quickest when I have a chance to watch someone who knows what they're doing demonstrate using the tool.
Thanks in advance!
(Let me just add, because I suspect some of you have learned, as have I, that it doesn't go without saying, that I understand the ethics of borrowing tools. My dad was a construction worker, and one of my earliest memories is of watching him in the garage, cleaning a tool he'd borrowed from a friend — a tool that hadn't been exactly spotless when he borrowed it. "Always try to return a tool in as good shape as you borrowed it. Better, if you can. That way, your credit's always good.")