MrBot, you can put some decent glass on there- but we need to talk.
You have a limitation- the .22 LR cartridge. It is really meant to be a 50 yard cartridge. 100 yards if you are really lucky, and the winds and rimfire gods find favor with you. 200 yards? After sacrificing unicorns under a full moon- maybe. Bullet just runs out of steam.
Scope QUALITY does not mean magnification- it means lack of distortion, color, and how much light gets transmitted through the lenses. For $100 I can find a Chinese scope that will let me look at the rings on Saturn- but needs a spotlight to see my bullseye at 50 yards- except right in the middle of the image.
If you look over in the VENDOR section (plug for the folks that help keep lights on here) you will find some nice folks that sell glass. Take a look thru their wares and see what you like. All other things being equal, fixed power gives better image quality and brightness.
And you get what you pay for.
What we have here is... failure- to communicate.