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Seneca Dragonfly

Available in 0.1770.22Rock Solid Multi-Pump Air Rifle
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The Dragonfly's affordability, classic styling, and stunning accuracy make this airgun an attractive option for anyone looking for a rock solid multi-pump air rifle. Featuring a lightweight frame based on proven design, the Dragonfly is easy to handle for shooters of all ages. The rifle's finely crafted beech stock is slight yet sturdy in the hand and features easy to grip checkering on the grip and forend as well as a rubberized buttpad.

To start shooting, cock the Dragonfly and pump your airgun 3-8 times per shot to find your perfect fps for indoor ranges and long-range outdoor shooting. Full-powered shots can reach speeds of 800 fps in .177 or 630 fps in .22 cal velocities ideal for blasting targets and dispatching small game. Each Dragonfly keeps the next shot on deck with a self-indexing magazine that holds 7 rounds in .22 or 9 in .177. Cock the bolt-action, pump up, shoot, and cock the action again to load up the next round. For placing precision shots, each rifle features a single-shot tray. For sights, each Dragonfly includes a blade and ramp style front sight and an adjustable rear sight for shooting straight out of the box. If you prefer to bring your targets in close, add a scope to the 11mm Dovetail rail.

Seneca Dragonfly Features:
  • Multi-pump pneumatic
  • Up to 8 pumps
  • Velocity up to 800 fps w/ 7.3 grain (8 pumps in .177)
  • Velocity up to 630 fps w/14.3 grain (8 pumps in .22)
  • Bolt Action
  • Multi-shot capability via spring driven magazine
  • 9 round mag in .177 and 7 round mag in .22
  • Single Shot Tray Included
  • Manual cross-bolt style safety
  • 11mm dovetail for mounting optics
  • Fully adjustable rear sight with blade front sight
  • European beech stock with rubber buttpad
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Seneca Dragonfly
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33% Recommend this product (1 of 3 responses)
By James F.
Island park, Idaho
High Quality
September 25, 2018
Recently bought this gun in .177 and I am VERY impressed. It shoots one hole groups with several of the JSB EXACT pellets ( 7.3, 8.4, and especially the 10.3 ) and also the Crossman Premier 7.4. It outshoots both of my Benjamins by a mile! Crossman should take note that it is all steel (except trigger guard and front sight) and has a great stock and workmanship that far exceeds its price tag. It is a solid and well built piece of air gun craftmanship that is by far the best example of pump gun art out there on the market today. I also have a new 392 and frankly it is a big disappointment compared to the Dragonfly. It is too bad that we can not seem to make a pump air gun of this quality in the good old USA. I am so impressed that I am going to purchase another one in .22 caliber ! On top of everything else it also can be shot from the single shot tray or from the rotary magazine. They have covered all the bases. In my opinion this is the best pump out there and if it has good product support and is backed by the manufacturer (which is still a question to be determined) it will be the new yardstick that any new pumps will be judged by. It could be a new Classic.
ProsBuilt solid, all steel, GREAT stock, good trigger, accurate, shoots hard, feels like a more expensive gun than the cost.
ConsIt does pump hard at the last few pumps but as it gets broken in it is getting better. If they shortened the back stock and lengthened the pump handle (which is easily possible) it would pump easier.
Best UsesSmall game, plinking.
By IV
TX
Spray Pattern
May 15, 2018
I liked everything about the gun except I could not get a consistent pellet grouping from one use to the next and that was using a good scope.
By oats
California
Classic or Want a Be ?
May 7, 2018
Although i don't own this rifle i can still put my two scents in (opinions still count ). Recently i bought a Sheridan Silver Streak in need of some TLC , and cost twice the money . Now restored and looking as good the day it came out ( at least to me ). Anyway i would be hard pressed to buy anything out of China because they could never be classified as a classic like the Benjamins or Sheridans or even the older Daisy 880 s that were mostly metal.Its sad that China has came out with an 880 clone thats 95% plastic and that some say accuracy has suffered. My Silver Streak doesn't have a fancy magazine but i don't care because it is a piece of history when the U.S.A. was producing some classic airguns that China just can't match ( i guess those days are gone ). I own the 77xs talk about plastic city , on a positive note it seems pretty durable ( so far ). If your into tinkering there are still some nice vintage airguns available I'm not sorry i bought my Sheridan , might even add a Blue Streak to the collection who knows ?
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Seneca Dragonfly
  • 0.177
    Caliber 0.177 Cal
    Velocity 800 fps
    Loudness 3-Medium
    Mag Capacity 9
  • 0.22
    Caliber 0.22 Cal
    Velocity 630 fps
    Loudness 3-Medium
    Mag Capacity 7
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