reasonable and doable. on scale with the drop of my .308, it's like shooting my .308 510 yards.
once i got past 100, i really stopped shooting paper at 50 yards, and more or less concentrate on 200. not only is it more of a challenge, but also magnifies any problems with shooting form.
a good rifle with matched ammo is interesting to say the least at 200, rather than cloverleafing .223 and .308s.
the best experience is learning how to better judge wind and compensating for it, which the .22 becomes a valuable economical tool at those ranges. tempurature / humidity / thermals also become a major consideration at those distances, and lessons learned is transferable to the centerfire.
some 200 yard 22lr savage mkii bv examples over the last few monthes: