Date: 17/12/2018 3:57

Customers Q&A on Seneca Aspen PCP Air Rifle

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  • Paul from USA asked:

    Is the trigger plastic or metal

    • Tyler from USA:


  • Paul from USA asked:

    Did anyone notice that on the second to last pic its a .25 6.35mm. Thats the one I want.

    • Tyler from USA:

      .25 will be available for pre-order in due time. No firm date yet

  • Matt from USA asked:

    Says "side lever" - but since pic is not very clear, I assume it actually folds "down" - not to the side? Does the velocity / power of each shot fall off as the pressure in the tank declines? IE first shot is the most powerful, then all subsequent shots fall off from there. OR is it only as the tank gets quite low that you notice a difference?

    • Tyler from USA:

      The side lever refers to the cocking bolt. The pump itself is located on the underside of the gun. No, if you were to fill the rifle to 3600 psi, it will preform the same way any unregulated PCP does, the velocity will come up until you hit the sweet spot (usually between 2000-2700 psi in .177 and .22) and then decline once you are beyond it. The idea is to use the pump to keep your pressure constantly in the sweet spot.

  • Robert from USA asked:

    Any idea on how much this weighs in .22?

    • Tyler from USA:

      The rifle weighs 8 lbs, the caliber doesn't change that

  • Robert from USA asked:

    What's the weight of the .22 version?

    • Tyler from USA:

      The gun weighs 8 lbs

  • brian from USA asked:

    can this gun use Benjamin air gun mags?

    • Tyler from USA:

      Yes, Marauder rifle magazines will work in this rifle

  • Barry from USA asked:

    Is the end of the shroud threaded so you can add a moderator?

    • Tyler from USA:

      Yes, though the rifle is pretty quiet as is

  • Mildcat from USA asked:

    Will the Seneca Aspen be offered in .25 caliber?

    • Roger from USA:

      Look at the front page of the manual. 3 calibers are listed, with an 8 shot magazine in .25.

    • Tyler from USA:

      I have heard whispers of that possibility, but nothing firm yet

  • Harry from USA asked:

    Will Pyramyd repair a nova freedom if need. If you paid for it

    • Tyler from USA:

      You would have to call the tech department and ask at PA and ask.

  • George from USA asked:

    Does the gun include any kind of dessicant to absorb moisture when pumping? If so, what maintenance does that require?

    • Tyler from USA:

      There is not an internal desiccant filter

  • timothy jordan from USA asked:

    What size are the scope rings? High?

    • Tyler from USA:

      Look more like medium height to me

  • David from USA asked:

    Who makes the scope that comes with the Seneca aspen?

    • Tyler from USA:

      It comes with the gun from China. It's not a name brand like Leapers or Hawke

  • Zeke from USA asked:

    Hello any chance for this rifle to be ship to Canada? If yes, what are the steps? thank you.

    • Tyler from USA:

      Not that I can see.

  • TEAMWOLF_777 from USA asked:

    Where is this rifle made in

    • Tyler from USA:


  • Ed from USA asked:

    Tyler, When HAM tested it they didn't really address the pump. What kind of spread do you get when you shoot, pump twice, shoot, pump twice...or something like that?

    • Tyler from USA:

      Because you'd be basically self regulating the pressure that way, it should be very consistent. Probably 10-15 fps or less. The gun over the course of a fill, when in the optimum pressure range will produce 10-15 fps spreads on high power without pumping after each shot, so keeping the pressure consistent should maintain at least that spread or better it.

  • Martin from USA asked:

    Wait. Isnt this the Nova Freedom?

    • Tyler from USA:

      Same gun, just with a scope instead of open sights.

  • Mario from USA asked:

    Can you also fill air with a tank too?

  • James from USA asked:

    This is very appealing product. Approximately how many pumps to fill after one 10 shot mag at high pressure?

    • Tyler from USA:

      Depends on your power setting, but typically it's 3-5 pumps per shot on high power, 2-3 on low power. So between 30-50 pumps to get it back to the starting pressure after one mag. I find it easier to take a few shots 2-3 and then pump 10-15 times. Breaks it up and makes it a lot less labor intensive, or at least that's how it feels to me