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 Post subject: Bushnell Backtrack
PostPosted: Tue Dec 02, 2008 2:22 pm 
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Have ya'll used the new GPS from Bushnell? I was wondering how good they work and if they work good for coon hunting?

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I made a post then deleted it after I seen this one.I have posted the question on a couple other sites.I was wondering myself how well they picked up.I liked the fact they were compact and fairly cheap.

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 Post subject: Re: Bushnell Backtrack
PostPosted: Mon Dec 08, 2008 11:21 am 
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Have you found out anything? I agree it's a good deal. Maybe somebody with some experience with it will post on here.


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 08, 2008 7:12 pm 
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been eyeballing them myself. have a magellan ifinder. things too confusing for me :oops: . just want something to point me in the right direction. maybe the backtrack is what i been waitin for :mrgreen:

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I posted this same question on a couple other boards and all the replys have been good.They said they seem to work real good and they like them.


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 09, 2008 12:56 pm 
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Has anyone tried the Bushnell Onyx 200? I just got one last week and it has downloadable aerial maps. I downloaded the 4 free maps from the website to my unit, but somehow, I am not able to view the map on my screen. There is a downloadable PC Companion file to load on your PC to upload or download and it shows the maps are there, but for the life of me, I can't get the maps to show up. Frustrating!!!!!!!!

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I am looking into one myself I have a Garmin Rino at the moment thats for sale if anyone is interested lol ................ my supplier told me that you simply mark the spot turn off unit when you get ready to leave turn system back on and it points you toward the point you marked sounds simply enough to me

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finally broke down and bought one. just what i've been lookin for. works great :mrgreen:


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got mind today ws looking over instructions sounds simple enough ............. maybe not for me lol


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used the bushnell last night and i am sold on it works great !!!!!!!!!!!!!


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i have one of the backtracks...it works great and is very simple to use the only flaw i see is that its kinda slow to pick up a signal when you first turn it on other than that its a great product

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Has anybody had any problems? I sometimes get headed in the wrong dirrection by it and a buddy has too. Are we doing something wrong?


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The first one I had was faulty, but the the replacement works quite well. I dont know why, but sometimes I think if you turn the thing with the laynard hole away from you you get a more acurate reading. Not often, but sometimes. I'm very happy with mine. The first time you turn it on for the night it does take awhile to boot up, but the rest of the night no problem. Just turn it on on the way to the first woods and you'll be good to go the rest of the night.


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