I recently bought a sig whiskey5 5-25x52 for my 204. I took it out after rock chucks 4 times last week and the elevation kept creeping up or down on me, like 3 or 4 inches. Windage was always fine. I had to re-zero it at the beginning of each day. I was spinning the turrets a little bit, but only out to 350 yards with a 100 yard zero. It is mounted in talley lighweights and the gun is a vssfII (its an accurate gun). I double checked the rings with my wheeler torque wrench and they were good. The gun was stored in a padded case driving around, same type of case my 223 with a vortex pst was stored in during the same trip and it didn’t have any problems holding zero. I am pretty sure it didn’t take any hard hits or get bounced around - and if it was just one time I could chalk it up to something like that, but 4 different times losing zero has to be the scope? This is my first sig scope - did I just get a lemon? Anybody else have any similar problems with a whiskey5 or any sig scope for that matter? I haven’t reached out to Sig yet, I was going to do that tomorrow ...I am wondering if I made a mistake going with Sig and should kick it down the road? Any thoughts?