R.A.P. bino harness
R.A.P. bino harness
R.A.P. bino harness

R.A.P. bino harness

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As seen at the 2020 SHOT show Pop-Up Preview


Constructed of military grade materials and inspired by years in the woods-  The R.A.P. bino harness was designed as a final solution for those wishing to carry binoculars and a pistol- though it adapts readily to other payloads.  The combination of our Rapid Access Panel and a binocular pouch that is easily accessed with one hand, combines to provide an unmatched level of function.  Innovative design, proven materials and impeccable build quality all integrate to create the most well thought out and durable solution on the market.


-USA construction from USA materials- Berry Amendment compliant-500 denier Cordura and Durastretch throughout 

-Rhodesian ‘fighting rig’ inspired X-harness.  This provides a more solid platform from which to remove and replace your binoculars or draw your pistol, than harnesses featuring elastic.  The low profile nature of the harness webbing avoids any pressure spots under a heavy pack while also providing for alternate wear positions. As well, the R.A.P. Bino Harness can be integrated into many backpacks compression systems that utilize 1” webbing.

-Rapid Access Panel- Holds anything you’d like immediate access to, is soft side Velcro lined, and opens from either the top or side access points. Whether you need to carry your pistol, trauma kit, cell phone, rifle magazines, GPS/ INREACH, maps, or your favorite ornithology book, when you need it, it’s less than a second away. The first generation R.A.P. seen here was designed with the upper tolerance of pistol compartment size to roughly align with the Glock 19 and other similarly sized striker fired pistols. Those wanting a bit larger solution will soon be able to choose a taller version of our R.A.P., encompassing more full size pistols.

- The R.A.P. Sports side pockets for wind checker bottles and other small items needed close to hand. There are also flat pockets both inside of and on the front of the bino pocket, ensuring your tags, license, calls and similarly shaped objects have a home that is easily accessible