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I am a locksmith and collector. I am interested in obtaining an original Fed Corp. "Cobra" electric lockpick. Does anyone know of one for sale or where one might be obtained these days. I believe the original Fed Corp is no longer in Scottsdale, AZ, but some of these great tools must still be around. Anyone with info please contact me at No email requests allowed and thanks to all.
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I might be able to help you out. If you can tell me where to find an undamaged set of Dominion aluminum handled picks. Preferably in their original case.
The Fed Corp "Cobra" was something unique at the time of it's introduction. As you well know, the design has been copied ad infinitum for a number of years. The worst part of it is, many of the newer designs are just as capable as the Fed Corp pick, and I do believe cheaper.
Let me see what I can dig up for you.
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Post it please..
I've been searching on google and I cant find it only this :
Follow Your Bliss !!!!
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I wouldnt like to use a EPG on a wafer lock to be honest,
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