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PY-516-1360

Seneca Big Bore 44 909S Light Hunter Air Rifle

4.5 (37 reviews)
Seneca Big Bore 44 909S Light Hunter Air Rifle

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SY-10451 [PY-516-1360]

Seneca Light Hunter Single Tank, 45 Cal



Price

$649.99

Caliber.45"
Max Velocity730 fpsMeasured with 200-gr. ammo
Muzzle Energy237 ft/lbsMeasured with 200-gr. ammo
StockHardwood
GripRight
ColorBrown

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Seneca Big Bore 44 909S Light Hunter air rifle

  • Precharged pneumatic (PCP)
  • Single-shot
  • Bolt-action
  • Rifled steel barrel (0.4516" to 0.4567" diameter)
  • 244cc air reservoir
  • 3000 psi max fill pressure
  • 11mm scope rail (use only compact scopes)
  • 2 power levels (first bolt stop is low power, second is high)
  • Hardwood Monte Carlo stock with checkered forearm & grip
  • Raised RH cheekpiece
  • Includes male quick disconnect fill fitting with dust cover


Our tech department provided this shot string, which was done with 200-grain ammo:

Shot No. 1: 730 fps
Shot No. 2: 693 fps
Shot No. 3: 644 fps
Shot No. 4: 546 fps
Shot No. 5: 453 fps
Shot No. 6: 364 fps

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SY-10451 [PY-516-1360]

Seneca Light Hunter Single Tank, 45 Cal



Price

$649.99

Caliber.45"
Max Velocity730 fpsMeasured with 200-gr. ammo
Muzzle Energy237 ft/lbsMeasured with 200-gr. ammo
StockHardwood
GripRight
ColorBrown

Specs

Max Velocity730 fpsMeasured with 200-gr. ammo
Overall Length42.1"
ButtplateRubber
FunctionSingle-shot
Weight7.3 lbs
Scopeable11mm dovetail
SafetyManual
Suggested forHunting
Caliber.45"
Muzzle Energy237 ft/lbsMeasured with 200-gr. ammo
Loudness5-High
Barrel Length21.6"
Shot Capacity1
BarrelRifled
Front SightBlade & Ramp
Rear SightAdjustable for windage & elevation
TriggerTwo-stage non-adjustable
ActionBolt-action
PowerplantPre-charged pneumatic
Max Shots per Fill3
Body TypeRifle
Fixed/adj. powerFixed
Cylinder Size244 cc

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Things I liked:

Right now I am using the 180 gr round nose & seem to do well but still have more testing to do with other pellets. Want to try out some homemade rounds from some friends of mine, I did get some info from a friend that he downed a deer @ 90 yards using the 140 gr semi-wadcutter. I did a crony & only did one set of High power shots, I got 4 shots on high using the 180 gr round nose, (1) 663 (2) 686 (3) 658 (4) 610 on low power & after 20 rounds I got (1) 698 (2) 690 (3)672 4)645 I could have pulled the 5th shot but was happy with the 4 I got & most likely the 5th would have been in the 615 range at most.

Things I would have changed:

Trigger is really heavy, Very bad @ high power & would be nice if different springs were available to cut the 6 plus lb trigger pull down some. I do have some problem with setting gun on low or high power, If you have @ low power & try to pull too high you have to decock the gun & then pull back all the way, to move to low power from high you just have to hold the cocking arm & ease it to low power, be careful when doing this if you don't hold the cocking arm right you will end up shooting your round off. I tried it without any ammo in gun first to see how it handles on the change from high to low.

What others should know:

I added a AT scope that I had from another gun & although I had to remove the back sight I have to say it works well since this will be mostly a short-range gun from 50 - 75 yards max. This gun is great with ammo supplied from Pyramyd Air but there is other ammo available if you check around, I wouldn't use anything higher than 190 gr in this gun.

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4.0 4.0

Things I liked:

It is a beast. Mine likes the 200 gr hp. I bought it a few years ago. Had it tuned by will p. I can get great groups at 35 yards. Lots of power and hits like a hammer.

Things I would have changed:

I've owned this gun for almost 10 years and my only complaint is the stock. The front stock is akward and not comfortable. It is impossible to put sling on it. I would like to see a longer stock that is skinnier.

What others should know:

The more you shoot it the smother it gets. The accuracy gets better too

5.0 5.0

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4.0 4.0

Things I liked:

Light weight. Smaller air volume so easier to fill with hand pump. Can be tuned to get more power than the single tube.

Things I would have changed:

Sling swivels installed.

What others should know:

I bought this and the hill pump at the same time. Yesterday i filled it and it had 1000 psi because i got the ten shots for ten dollars. After I pressurized the hose with ten pumps it took 115 pumps to bring it up to 2900 psi. I sited it in at 30 yards with the 143 grain round balls. I weigh 200 pounds so it was not bad at all filling it up. After three or four shots I refill it. I am going to using this gun to hunt deer here in Mo. It is one on the few states you can hunt deer with a air rifle over 40 caliber.

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  • Darin from USA asked:

    So been looking at big bore airguns but I only have a hand pump. How difficult is this to pump up by hand?

    • Mark from USA answered:

      You can pump the gun up in approx 25 min. It is hard work.

  • Dan from USA asked:

    I will ask in Q&A vernacular so everyone understands: why dose the manufacturer give a raing of boer sizes? Dose he knot no what size boer he is making? It wood be nic to no wat slugs to purchase ahead of tim.

    • Dwan from USA asked:

      Includes probe with 1/8" BSPP male threads. I would like to know what this is? dose Seneca Big Bore 44 909S Light Hunter Air Rifle require a pump?

      • Mark from USA answered:

        Gun fills at 3000 psi max fill pressure. Yes some kind of high pressure air fill system is needed.

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