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A flexible double-pronged hairpin, made of metal or plastic, normally used to hold hair in place. It can also be used for lockpicking.
- Sold by Blake, who is located in front of the Crimson Caravan main office.
- Sold at Miguel's Pawn Shop in Westside.
- Sold by Old Lady Gibson at the Gibson scrap yard.
- Located beside the Gun Runners, there is a small group of houses where two bobby pins are stashed in each mailbox.
- Inside the Vault 22 living quarters, in the dressers.
- On the dead bodies of feral ghouls and other enemies.
- In some first aid boxes and cash registers.
- On some shelves inside closets. They are hard to spot but most shelves have one or two.
- Vault 3 has a large abundance of them in most first aid boxes and in the recreation area.
- Inside the Goodsprings schoolhouse, on a shelf.
- In the Nipton Town Hall, a box of ten can be found on a shelf in the mayor's office.
- Ten total on the shelf inside and behind the counter of the Dino Bite gift shop.
- At least three at Camp Golf, in one of the bedrooms of the House Resort, on top of a dresser.
- To avoid losing a bobby pin that is about to break, the lockpick attempt can be stopped and returned to immediately thereafter. The bobby pin will be as good as new, but the lock will also be reset, meaning the same solution likely won't work.
- Bobby pins are harder to snap than in Fallout 3, because extra HP is added to the base health of the pin based on the player character's Lockpick skill.