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Seneca Dragonfly MK2 & Diana Stormrider .22 Cal Magazine

4.5 (97 reviews)
Seneca Dragonfly MK2 & Diana Stormrider .22 Cal Magazine

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Keep the shots coming with your Seneca Dragonfly MK2 and Diana Stormrider with another magazine on deck.



Seneca Dragonfly MK2 and Diana Stormrider .22 Cal Magazine

  • Magnetic rotary magazine
  • Compatible with Seneca Dragonfly MK2, Diana Stormrider, Diana Bandit, Diana Chaser, Diana Trailscout, Diana Airbug, Seneca Dragonfly, and Stoeger XM1
  • 7 shots in .22
  • Metal housing for improved durability

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Caliber.22 (5.5mm)
Weight0.1 lbs

Seneca Dragonfly MK2 Review

4.5 (97 reviews)
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5.0 5.0

5.0 5.0

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Things I liked:

Fun. I have already jammed it once though

Things I would have changed:

Make it a little more robust.

5.0 5.0

5.0 5.0

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Things I liked:

Its great to have 4 full clips when plinking with my Stoeger MX1. Stopping to reload every 7 shots wasn't fun.

Things I would have changed:

The gun kits should come with spare clips to start with.

1.0 1.0

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Things I liked:

Nothing

Things I would have changed:

The Diana Chaser magazine in .22 caliber is cheaply made and very overpriced for what it is. The way you load the magazine is a poor design. If you have large hands, arthritis, or other hand issues good luck, you'll need it. It is very aggravating experience. You need spin the spring-loaded magazine, keep the cover from flipping back on you from spring tension, put a pellet in with magazine upside down, then flip the magazine over to load the other pellets. The magazine is very small and hard to hold while performing all the acrobatics needed. Then on top of that the magazine is thin plastic, poorly designed, and I have my doubts they are going to hold up. It took 3 months to get magazines in stock after I purchased the Diana Chaser pistol to use as a repeater, I didn't want a single shot pistol.

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After several frustrating attempts to load the magazine, I wound up using a Command Strip on the front side of the magazine to hold the magazine down, spin it, put the 1st pellet in through the back side, then flip it back over by lifting i up off the table it was stuck to, then finish loading from the front side. This method works if you're loading on a table. Keep in mind if you are loading in the field, you will need to stick the magazine down to something flat with enough weight to counteract the force of the spring This means you will probably need to carry something with you. I used a release type Command Strip rated for hanging posters to a wall. You could use double sided tape. Keep in mind there is a balance between enough strength to overcome spring tension, while still allowing easy release or removal from the surface holding the magazine down, and then removing strip or tape from the face of the magazine after loading See my review on the Diana Chaser pistol also

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  • Susan from USA asked:

    I have a Diana Chaser that works great with this magazine, but I got some Crosman .22 16.7gr Ultra Heavy Red Flight pellets that don't seem to fit the magazine. Am I doing something wrong? Should they fit?

    • Kelan from USA answered:

      They do do not fit in the mag. You can try the single shot tray.

  • Vincent from USA asked:

    Will this magazine work with the Diana Airbug?

    • Mark from USA answered:

      Yes

  • Federico from USA asked:

    Can I use this magazine for the Diana Skyhawk.22?

    • Mark from USA answered:

      No

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