Guys, Thanks in advance for your advice. My first deer rifle has served me well. I bought a used .270 win a the gun show. It has an zoom scope on it - a Bushnell sportview with Weaver mounts. After spotting the scope in this fall, I took 2 deer this season with this unit, and 1 was a head shot from about 80 yards. The other was a thorax shot from 125 or so. All in all, for the investment, I am more than pleased. However, I have my 2008 Wyoming non-resident hunting license application and am looking forward to doing some antelope hunting with my buddies. It sounds like Wy antelope is a bit different from Michigan deer hunting which is pretty much like shootin fish in a barrel. I am soliciting advice on the scope, beyond the advice I read on the varmint gun where the writer advised to buy as much scope as you can sneak past the little lady . To be sure, the little lady presents issues on this scope purchase, but I am so far happy, and do not want to spend $$ I don't need to. Do you think my scope and mounts are going to serve me well through the rigors of distance, temperature, wind, etc of Wyoming antelope hunting?