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Seneca Dragonfly Mk2

Available in .177, .22
Only $199.99
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  • Code: AGD-517010356 · $199.99 · .177 · 850 fps
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The Seneca Dragonfly Mk2 is a multi pump air rifle that gives you important upgrades over the first version that make it easier than ever to pump. With 15 pumps, you get speeds up to 950 fps in .177 and 800 fps in .22 with alloy pellets, so you have plenty of power for small game hunting, plinking, and pesting.

If you just give this rifle a quick look, you might think it's almost the same as the original model. The first time you pump it, you'll realize it's so much nicer to use. The pumping effort has been reduced by 50%, and that effort stays the same from the first pump to the last, thanks to the patented butterfly high efficiency pump system.

You can change the power level of the Seneca Dragonfly Mk2 for different uses because it's a multi pump rifle. That means you can easily use it for convenient small game hunting or quick pest control by pumping it 15 times, or get quiet shots for backyard plinking without bothering your neighbors by pumping it 3 or 4 times. You can also get even quieter shots by adding a moderator, because this new version has a 1/2 UNF threaded muzzle adapter.

The airgun gives you a rear sight that adjusts for elevation and windage and a fixed fiber optic front sight, so you'll get accurate shots right out of the box. And if you want to add a scope for extra flexibility in sighting choices, there's an 11mm dovetail scope rail as well.

If you're in the market for a multi pump pneumatic air rifle with wood stock that's easy enough for adults and kids to use it for handy and fun plinking, pesting, or small game hunting, get the Seneca Dragonfly Mk2 at Airgun Depot now.

Seneca Dragonfly Mk2 Features:

  • Patented Butterfly High Efficiency Pump System
  • Multi pump pneumatic
  • Max velocity (alloy): 950 fps (.177), 800 fps (.22)
  • Max velocity (lead): 850 fps (.177), 730 fps (.22)
  • Bolt action
  • Hardwood stock
  • 1/2" UNF threaded muzzle adapter
  • Magazine capacity: 9 rounds (.177), 7 rounds (.22)
  • Variable power: 3-15 pumps
  • Checkered grip
  • 11mm dovetail scope rail
  • Fixed fiber optic front sight
  • Elevation and windage adjustable rear sight
  • Textured rubber buttpad
  • Weight: 6.5 lbs.
  • Barrel length: 22.75"
  • Overall length: 40"
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  • ManufacturerSeneca
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 850 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Bolt-action
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Repeater
  • Gun Weight 6.50
  • Overall Length 40.00
  • Barrel Length 22.75
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 9
  • Mechanism Multi-pump pneumatic
  • Rail 11mm dovetail
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights Fiber Optic
  • Rear Sights Adjustable for windage & elevation
  • Trigger Adjustability Single-stage
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Small game hunting/target practice
  • Warranty 1-year limited warranty
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By CareyJune 21, 2024 Verified Purchase

first live target was a rock squirrel at about 20 yards. Ten pumps and a rest to sight in on and one target down. Very satisfied with the power and accuracy. Next target was a prairie dog at 15 yards. Twelve pumps and resting on a fence post and another target down. Clean shot through the brain pan and instant drop. Have yet to hunt rabbits with it, but I believe with well placed single rounds there will be no issues. Well worth the money and very accurate out to just over 36 yards so far. Something I will hand down to the grandkids

I haven't shot a pellet gun in quite a while. I started out on a Benjamin .22 that was passed down from dad. Took it with me every where and got pretty good with it. Next was a Sheridan Bluestreak 5 mm. That thing was very powerful but hard to pump up. Lately I have been on a local ranch and authorized to clear out rock squirrels and prairie dogs. Read reviews and such and settled on the Dragonfly MK2 in .177. Ordered it and when it arrived inspection found most of the screws holding the pump stock loose. Tightened them up and did a bore sight at 20 yards. Used the open sights and sighted it in with 6 shots. The rifle is much more accurate than I thought it would be. The pump action is easy although a little noisy. The bolt action is easy to use and the only drawback I can see it the single shot tray will be easy to lose in field situations.

Single shot tray held in by magnet. Easy to drop and lose in the field.

By Gee CeeJanuary 1, 2024 Verified Purchase

Just about a perfect pumper. Accurate, easy to pump. Beautiful looking rifle and well made with very nice wooden stock. Safety is very good and much better than the auto safeties of the competition. What little plastic is used is applied properly and does not detract from the rifle.

Could be a little less heavy, but the weight is still decent. 15 pumps maximum is a bit excessive, but the pumping is easy. Actually, you can get very close to full power with as little as 7 or 8 pumps. 3 pumps is decent for short range. Rear sight is a little flakely, but still accurate. Trigger is decent, but maybe could be a little lighter.

By MikeUSAAugust 15, 2023 Verified Purchase

be aware of the pump system failing and breaking

it was shooting good but the pump system literally fell apart out of nowhere.. :(

make the pump system with better parts mine broke apart and pieces went flying. kinda dangerous. Its also made in china so its not that nice of a gun sadly

By BrandoAugust 6, 2023

I needed a 2-pump rifle for invasive lizards in my yard, and this excels at that! Easy to hit one at 50 ft with match ammo. A huge upgrade over the plastic Daisy I used before.

The forend to buttstock fit could be more seamless, though the wood grain is continuous,which is very nice, nicer than the grain in the photo in the box, which is also nice.

By Jack amlinMay 23, 2023 Verified Purchase

Very nice gun

Super fast shipping and a great website. Very happy with the product.

Really there were no cons. The only thing I would say is it needs to be sited in. No big deal

By AndyUSAMarch 23, 2023 Verified Purchase

This is an update to my pervious Dragonfly MK2 review. Unfortunately the replacement MK2 has also failed. After shooting a tin of pellets the bolt suddenly became sticky and would not close. After two consecutive failures I decided to request a refund rather than a replacement. I returned the rifle and Air Gun Depot promptly refunded my money. 5 Star review for Air Gun Depot. Due to reliability issues I am moving on from the Seneca Dragonfly Mk2.

Easy to pump, good accuracy and a wooden stock.

Poor reliability. Two guns, two failures.

By AndyUSAFebruary 8, 2023 Verified Purchase

I had my first DragonflyMk2 for a couple weeks before the trigger stopped working. Sent it back to Airgun Depot and receive a replacement about 7 days later. It was a very easy return & replacement process. Five stars to Airgun Depot. After four weeks there are no problems or issues with the new gun. This is a fun air gun, easy to pump and very respectable accuracy. A couple coats of tung oil on the furniture make the wood shine and it looks much better (richer) than it does out of the box. One thing I observed that was not mentioned in any on-line review is that the threaded barrel adapter will screw all the way down onto the front sight/barrel band. Shooting will cause the adapter to loosen up and creep away from the barrel band which in turn changes the point of impact. I didnt want to put tension on the barrel so I put some Teflon tape on the barrel threads and left a small gap between the adapter and the barrel band. The Teflon tape keeps the adapter from moving.

Great value. Easy to pump. Very good accuracy. Wood furniture.

A better trigger would earn a 5-star review.

By RayNovember 26, 2022 Verified Purchase

This is a GREAT rifle for the $. A keeper. But, expect loose fasteners. Screw came out of bolt and wouldnt draw hammer back. Caused bolt to work hard prior.Guide screw for hammer was also loose. Repaired myself and loctited . Now no binding. Loctited other screws as well. Pump arm rough at start but butter smooth after break in. Using 30w hydraulic oil for lube. Safe for o-rings. But use own discretion. But those dime sized groups are sweet. Quite a few groups 3 pellets through one hole. Again - a keeper!

Mine will shoot dime sized groups at 20 yds with a number of different pellets. Easier pumping.Overall design of rifle. Moderator adapter. 11mm scope rail. Real wood stock. Trigger long pull but light and predictable.

Sights useable but better with smaller front blade or fiber optic. Rear sight works well but nicer if all metal.Perhaps a longer scope rail and slightly longer bolt handle( when scope mounted).

By IanSeptember 25, 2022 Verified Purchase

Good gun, just not for me. John and Rome at Airgun Depot are very helpful and Ill be shopping with them again.

Great looking and compact. Good Machining on the bolt and generally good quality. Basically the rich mans Daisy 880.

Mag fit is a little sloppy and a single stage trigger isnt great. A pic rail would inspire a little more confidence.

By JosephAugust 19, 2022 Verified Purchase

I was really hoping to like this gun, but the heavy pumping stroke and front pin falling out, my first impression is disappointment. Maybe Seneca will make this right.

If looks are all that matter, then the Dragonfly MKII is a fine gun.

Monte Carlo stock is too high for a comfortable cheek weld with open sights. Pumping mechanism is unbelievably hard on the open stroke. Pumping mechanism on my unit makes a metal on metal popping noise on the opening stroke like something isn't fitting well. It pumps harder than my Crosman 362. The front hinge pin wasn't captured with an E-clip and it fell out while I was performing the initial thorough cleaning and oiling. I'm calling the Mfg today for warranty.

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Looking at the pictures, I do not see how you can mount a scope and still use the magazine. Is that indeed the case?

asked Henry from USA

You can install the scope, and still use the magazine, not an issue

Val from USA

Off set mount should work .

Stanley from USA


Willie J from USA

How many FPE does this rifle produce in the .22?

asked Dustin from USA

Up to 18 FPE, depending on the ammo

Val from USA

Depending on your pellet of choice , around 12 fps.

Stanley from USA

i see this is a routery repeator is the clip hinder sighting in anyway and is this a single shot as well if f you dont use the mag?

asked Joseph from USA

You can use a single shot tray, as well as the rotary mag

Val from USA

Has single shot tray .

Stanley from USA
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