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    Camofire can be a blessing or a curse depending on personal finances.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fink View Post
    The FHF bino harness is the real deal. Having your binos protected, and NOT bouncing off your chest with every step is a glorious thing. I attached the FHF range finder case to my bino harness, so its all in one. Perfection
    Agreed! I've owned several different bino harnesses and I've found that the FHF works the best for me.

    Prior to having a harness I've ran with the elastic around the neck, but there's no weather protection and the binos just bounce around.

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    FHF with the add-on RF pouch for me as well. Fantastic tool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fink View Post
    The FHF bino harness is the real deal. Having your binos protected, and NOT bouncing off your chest with every step is a glorious thing. I attached the FHF range finder case to my bino harness, so its all in one. Perfection
    same here. I can't ever imagine going back to not have my rf right where I can get to it easy on my chest with little movement
    Now therefore, please take your weapons, your quiver and your bow, and go out to the field and hunt game for me.
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    Another vote for the FHF harness. Holds my Zeiss 10x42's wonderfully. Straps are thin enough to fit comfortably under my pack.

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    Badlands bino case has worked great for me - 8 seasons so far and still going strong!

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    CC, you will like the case. I wouldn't ever go back to the harness without a case.
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    I have used both. Like them the same however, the cased harness has been getting more use lately.
    Last edited by prhunter; 02-07-2018 at 10:12 AM.

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    In no particular order or ranking, here are the harnesses that I have used and a VERY BRIEF thought or two on each...

    Eberlestock-Brandon put his through the paces this past year and really liked it.

    FHF- Todd and Dan have used this brand, both with positive results.

    Mystery Ranch- Two full seasons with mine, comfortable and carried my Zeiss Conquest Binos very well.

    Sitka- Dan Pickar and Guy both used these and had positive feed back.

    S4 Gear-I liked mine and abused one for two years, light weight option but not fully enclosed.

    There are few that I haven't tested yet, but hope to soon: Outdoor Vision and MuleyFreak to name a few.
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    I am a big fan of my Alaska guide creations pack...i can carry my binos and a rangefinder without adding additional things to the straps. The elastic cord for securing the bino compartment is silent and that is also a plus.

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