I am going to stick a bushnell 3200 10x40 tactical on my .22 'long range' rig when I get round to it, aiming to shoot rabbits consistently out to 150-200 yards with it if I can. The bushnell has a huge elevation range (90MOA I think) and nice big knobs, glass is reasonably clear and 10x is plenty out to 200... and best of all, it's cheap
which is what .22lr is all about.
Planning on using subsonics, I will need to range each shot precisely as at 150 yards the bullet is dropping 4 inches for every 10 yards, that's a small margin of error to hit a 5 inch high rabbit. Should be good for learning the wind, too.
If it ain't a first round hit, it ain't nothin'