Re: solid rimfire scope for 200+yards?
The Burris 4.5-14x32 Timberline gives outstanding service on my CZ 452. It has AO and ballistic reticle. A real bargain at $220, and I prefer it to the Leupold VXII 3-9x33 EFR. Longest hit so far has been a prairie dog at 262 yards. For closer range woods hunting, the Leupold may be the best scope, but the Timberline gets the nod on the prairie. Don't overlook the Weaver Classic rimfire scopes. They have one with AO that should work really well at about the Timberline price. The Weaver Classic V 2-10x38 should also be considered if the lack of AO doesn't concern you. Look at that 5X zoom range and light weight! The Weaver Classic V 4-16x42 has a compact eyebell and objective lens and is an outstanding performer for long range work. Don't let the 2mm extra objective size fool you, it's as compact as other 40mm scopes with AO.
The Hawke scopes have nice lighted reticles that work really well at rimfire and airgun velocity, designed by UK champion Nick Jenkinson, and the ballistic software works really well for setting up long range shooting. I have one on my BSA .25 cal airgun that I hunt prairie dogs and other varmints with. The Brits like to hunt at night, so the Hawke Nite-Eye scopes come with very good reticle lighting control. Main reason I bought the scope, 3-12x50 Nite-Eye. Too big for your purposes probably, a big hulking scope weighing 22 ounces. For me, it takes the place of a cheap first gen night vision scope and does a better job for way less money.