One end of an electrical connector first contact is a metallic cylinder which is hollow to receive a cable wire for soldered or crimping securement. A second contact has a body portion constructed substantially the same as the first contact except that its pin end is faced off to a flat surface. A hollow cylindrical metal shell with one closed end and a flanged open end is slidingy received on the body portion other cylindrical end. Mating engagement of the connector parts brings the radiused pin end of the first contact into pressurizing connection with the second contact metal shell establishing the desired connection. Unmating may be accomplished by either axial or transverse relative movement of the connector parts. In a further embodiment the hollow cylindrical metal shell has one or more inwardly formed spring fingers that slide over the enlarged head during assembly and prevent inadvertent removal of the shell from the rest of the contact.