A few local supply houses sell Morris brand stuff, crimp terminals and stuff. I like Ideal and T&B so I have only used them in a pinch. To be honest the packaging looks like hell and I judged the book by the cover.
Ideal doesn't appear to make pin crimp terminals and T&Bs are expensive locally and not much better online, but Morris nylon ones are about a third the price:
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I've never used that particular brand, but it is easy enough to tell the cheaper ones by how easy they crimp. A person wouldn't think there would be that much variation but I was surprised how hard of a crimp some #10 yellow forks take to pinch them down. Obviously, a higher quality steel than I'm used too....