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Old 06-14-2016, 10:03 PM   #20
Justin
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Originally Posted by Wldrns View Post
Your choice, but the order is backward in my opinion. Compass and knowledge of map with eyes on terrain should be primary, then GPS is only an optional backup tool best left buried in a gear bag.
Agreed!
GPS is for recording data.
If you rely on a GPS as your primary navigational tool (in the backcountry or in your car), you're doing it wrong!
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