OK, I cut a section of brake cable housing with my Park cable cutter and don't you know there's always that sharp little tab--the cut end of the internal steel spiral.
It seems like I have two choices--
#1 just crimp that little tab out of the way the best I can which is never very good and always leaves a protrusion for the inner cable to rub against. A regular file is a joke. When you get down to it, I don't think this imperfection is going to really effect anything. But I'm a perfectionist.
#2 purchase some kind of rotary grinder that I can use on that sharp little tab. Either an attachment for my big and powerful Makita handheld drill, or something special like a Dremel.
I have wracked my brain trying to think of some other use for such an item; and I come up dry. Which means that I'm not interested in spending much for something that's going to sit in a drawer. Although if i had the tool in hand, perhaps other uses will materialize.
What do you think?