I could see where a GPS could be a handy item for people hunting out West or on huge tracts of public land; but down here one would be useless. And it's about the same as far as a range finder goes. If I can see the deer, then I can hit it with the rifle, for the most part. The thing about trail cameras is you can actually become addicted to studying what's on your property. I can identify individual deer and it's fun to watch a buck as his rack develops from early spring, 'til he sheds his velvet. Plus, I can see what type of predators are harassing the deer and turkeys and where they are showing up regularly, then I know the best spots to set up my predator calls and decoys for some fun shooting. I also get to see who some of my trespassers are and where they are accessing my property so I can set up to intercept them, too.
NRA LM, NAHC LM, Buckmasters LM, The Second Amendment Foundation, GOA, NAGR, Palmetto Gun Rights, QDMA, DU, NWTF, ASAdisabled sportsmens' alliance, EDH, and Proud SC redneck REBEL for life.