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    New Garmin Oregon coming on market

    Garmin has. Announced several new model's of the Oregon series GPS to come out soon including an 8 mega pixel camera with flash. If you want more info go to Garmin Blog website. John

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    Was at Cabelas last Wednesday and bought a Garmin Oregon 600. Havn't had a chance to do anything with it yet, but looks good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    Was at Cabelas last Wednesday and bought a Garmin Oregon 600. Havn't had a chance to do anything with it yet, but looks good.
    Just ordered the Hunting map chip for Colorado that show land status. Get it next week
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    The 600 is great! The touch screen is such an improvement on other touch screen GPS units. After you use the 600 it is frustrating if you try working with an old Oregon unit or a Magellan (really slow) unit. 650's camera has a flash and 8 megapixels. They are very nice units, GPS and GLONOSS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    Just ordered the Hunting map chip for Colorado that show land status. Get it next week
    I have the Montana chip. You will really like it. Mark

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    I guess that explains why the 400s and 500s were on such good sales last winter. Picked one up and thought the screen was awful small and lacking fine detail -- then I remembered they've been telling me I needed bifocals (politically correct: progressive lenses) for the past few years.

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    When I went to Cabelas in Grand Junction in June and looked at this one....I just had to have one. Smaller and lighter that the bigger Montanas, but with all the features. Gave my old Magellon to a friend....not even close.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    Just ordered the Hunting map chip for Colorado that show land status. Get it next week
    Got the chip yesterday and have been playing around with it. Really should have no problem what type of land you are on, shows all the status and who is the owner of the private land. There is a way to keep up with changes too. Wyoming wil be next.
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