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bigonedown
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Aug-04-14, 
01:10 AM (MST)
"Best Gps"

I have read some reviews here and got some good info to start. I have a older Garmin 530 Hcx that I believe is not capable of having the map system on it. I would like to keep the radio option and also want a map system that shows the trails etc.. What do you recommend?

Thanks in advance,

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 RE: Best Gps  songdog      Aug-20-14   1 
  RE: Best Gps  WapitiBob      Aug-21-14   2 

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songdog
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Aug-20-14, 
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1. "RE: Best Gps"

I'm looking seriously at the Garmin Montana 600t. It's quite a bit larger and heavier than most GPS handheld units but I'm getting to be an old fart and my eyes are getting worse. That's why I'm looking at the Montana 600t because it has a 4" screen... It has USGS topo map feature pre-installed and I can get a land ownership chip from OnX maps for several western states. It's a bit pricey but it has the features that suit my needs.

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Aug-21-14, 
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2. "RE: Best Gps"

you can add maps to a 530 hcx

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