Just got done perusing this thread: https://www.electrical-contractor.net/ubb/Forum5/HTML/000540.html
And I'm wondering - we've all seen ads for the "solderless" (crimp) connectors, and the "squeeze-splice" devices for 10-22AWG.
(No, I'm not talking about the "big" T&B/Burndy taps/spices/crimps, just the "little" plastic ones.)
The only place I could think of is connecting line cords inside lighting fixtures or small appliances - and that's for the "butt" connectors.
Despite a UL listing, how many of us actually use them on 110? And where?