RAPiDŽ Safe & Accessories


RAPid Safe In Use

Introducing the RAPiDŽ safe – a revolutionary concept in firearm protection that combines intuitive ease of access with safety and security.


RAPiD Safe

Fast, Touch-Free Entry

Open your safe in the blink of an eye - the RAPiDŽ safe is the first to use patent-pending Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) for instant access. Simply place the included RFID bracelet, card, or key fob over the reader, and the RAPiDŽ safe springs open to present your handgun.*


Child-Resistant Design

Built to exceed the ASTM International performance standards for youth resistant firearms containers, the RAPiD safe provides a high level of child resistance and unauthorized access protection.


Multiple Access Options

The RAPiDŽ safe can be opened with the RFID bracelet, card, or key fob, or with a personally programmed code. It is also accessible with a conventional key lock.

Bracelet In Use Card In Use Key Fob In Use
RFID Bracelet in use RFID Card in use RFID Key Fob in use


Handgun is always Safe and Ready

AC power means your handgun is both protected and ready to go 24/7. The RAPiDŽ safe also features a battery backup that may be used as a primary power source. Upon opening, the internal RAPiDŽ sleeve presents your handgun at the perfect angle.


Heavy-Duty Construction

The RAPiDŽ safe weighs over 15 pounds, and features wrapped, 16-gauge steel construction and a heavy-duty ŧ" steel dual-lug locking system. A 39 inch, 1,500 lb.-rated cable secures the safe to an immobile object for additional theft protection.

Keys In UseThe RAPiDŽ safe uses standard household 110V power and includes a battery pack for backup or primary power.

Drawing GunInside the RAPiDŽ safe is the padded RAPiDŽ sleeve that presents handguns at the perfect angle. The RAPiDŽ sleeve is removable, enabling storage of most revolvers with barrels as long as 6 inches. Also includes a security cable that is rated to 1,500 lbs.


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*IMPORTANT: Do not store loaded firearms in any safe. Follow local laws for firearm storage.