Good to see the RG-11 F connectors are easily available.. One thing I remember from working with the larger cable is that the center conductor is larger than RG-6; possibly 16 or 14 gauge? Will the center conductor fit into the standard F-female receptacle?
Sadoun shows an old school 11 that was feed-thru (I shudder, its the top one, the pico-macom) which is what your speaking of, where the CC fed thru the connector body and was inserted into the port. It bent the heck out of the port contacts, sometimes shorting the internal contact to the outer metal port and effectively burning out receivers and LNB's, also after that insertion the port was done as far as going back to a RG6 later. All the other connectors shown are captured pin style, when you put the cable in the connector the CC goes into a step down pin and the CC is now RG6 size.
The PPC comes in several configurations, no ws, ws, (both of those come in original static pin where the pin is in place and never moves, and in movable pin where the pin is hiding and when the cable is inserted it moves forward to show the cable is fully inserted), right angle, right angle ws. There's also plenum 11 connectors. We even have a 2 piece hardline style connector with the KS pin, but that's another story.
PPC's VT tool will do 59,6,7,11,and QR320 with 1 tool. It will NOT do RCA and BNC.
Snap and Seal can do 59,6, RCA, and BNC with 1 tool, but then 7,11 requires a different, larger tool.
Digicon and PCT does 59,6,7,11 not sure if they make an RCA and BNC that fits in that same tool, they might.
Stirling doesn't make an 11 I don't think anymore, but it would require a different tool if they do.
Unsure also about Gilberts tool, but you can use any standard length tool for them like the VT or a Ripley CAT-AS and do 59,6,7,11, and QR320.
If I were to buy a compression tool I'd get a PPC or a CablePrep, both have lifetime warranties, no questions asked, you have a mangled up tool that you used as a wheel chock or hammer that you can send the remains in, and they'll give you a brand new tool gratis. Same goes for the CablePrep prep tool (the blocky yellow tool)