I’m hunting antelope in Wyoming early next month. Elevation is about 6200’. Where I live currently, elevation is about 600’. How much of a difference is that ~5600’ going to have on the zero of my rifle? I understand that it’s going to vary based on other factors too (temp, humidity, load, etc), but I‘m thinking this is the factor that I might be able to most-accurately account for. If I can adjust the zero my rifle here and just take one shot to confirm after arriving, that may be a lot easier than having to completely zero my rifle there. Those are my thoughts, at least. Please correct me if I’m wrong. This is my first out of state hunt. I attended a Wyo hunt a couple years ago, but I was basically just a spectator. Thanks for the help.