Seneca Aspen PCP Air Rifle, Multi-Pump PCP
Two Stage Velocity Adjustment
No Air? No Problem!
Leave your fill source behind with the Seneca Aspen PCP Air Rifle. As a multi-pump PCP airgun, shooting with the Aspen means never running out of air! Sporting a 4x32 AO scope, you have everything you need to shoot for hours–free from air tanks, compressors, and handpumps.
As one of the most innovative options in PCP airguns, the Aspen uses an integrated pump to fill its 3,600 PSI/ 250 BAR cylinder. Once filled, you can shoot up to 17 shots with 40-60 pumps. Pumping the Aspen up is quick and easy, only requiring about 28 lbs of effort at 3,600 PSI. Once fired, your shots can reach speeds as high as 900 fps in .22 caliber, and 1,000 fps in .177.
The Aspen features a two-stage velocity adjustment to keep you firmly in control of your shot’s power. With a flick of the dial, hunters can switch to high-power for devastating knockdown shots and be ready for the next shot 5-6 pumps later. With its dial set to low, target shooters can take almost 20 shots before you need to pump again. Each features a two-stage trigger to cater to your preferred pull.
These features alone make the Aspen worth the price of admission, but what if you already have a fill source? If you want to fill faster, the PCP still includes a Male QD probe to fill up your airgun the old-fashioned way.
With adjustable power, adjustable trigger, 10 shot magazine, a 4x32 AO scope, and no fill source needed, the Aspen is an attractive and affordable option for PCP airgunners new and old. Take home your own Seneca Aspen and get the freedom to shoot as long as you’d like.
|Max Velocity||900 fpsMeasured with 14.66 ammo|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/target practice|
|Fixed/adj. power||2 settings|
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Things I liked: As already noted, it is very accurate and reasonably quiet. It has a very good adjustable trigger. It adjusts using an allen wrench - much better choice than any screw driver adjustment. The hand pump is a little awkward in that the handle is long and opens to greater than 90 degrees. However, the length of the handle is the reason that it is easy to close even at 3000 psi.
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
Things I liked: Very nice! Well balanced and good ergonomics. Trigger is light and crisp. This unit is so accurate I'm going to upgrade the scope to take better advantage of the accuracy. Operation is very quiet. Side lever is very smooth operating. The stock is large front and rear so it is not for small stature people or small hands.
Things I would have changed: The only thing I would change would be to add accommodations for a removable set of open sights. Better still have enough mounting to put a set of Magpul fold down sights on it.
What others should know: It it easiest to give this unit 6-8 pumps about every 3 shots or so. This way you dont have to pump a lot at once and you also don't generate excessive heat that can damage o-rings and seals.
Things I liked: Excellent rifle, very accurate, at 10 yards in my basement on low power setting with Benjamin 14.3 grain pellets. I fired a 8 shot 0.13 in group. Have not run it over the chrony yet. I added a Hawke 3-12x 44 scope. The 4x is going on a Springer I have laying around.
Things I would have changed: I agree with others the stock is bulky and could use less slick texture.
What others should know: I highly recommend this gun. In my experience with mine it is a very good deal.
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When will fill probes be available as a spare just in case I lose or misplace mine? Scary thought of losing it because that makes the gun unusable. Or is their a compatible probe in that vast market of PCP manufactures? Thanks
You realize the gun has a built in pump, right? So the fill probe is not required to fill the gun. That said, yes, fill probes will be available.
Anybody have an idea how reliable the pump is going to be on this gun? I'm not to crazy about having to rebuild the pump on this thing every 100 or 200 hundred shots. I've been watching the vids on rebuilding the Benjamin hand pump and read the reviews for it and am afraid this gun can have the same problems.
I've got a few tins of pellets through one of these with no pump issues
Is there any lubricant in the box? Which lubricant for pump head? Which lubricant for pump assembly pivot points and general lubrication?
I prefer silicone oil , Crosman Silicone Chamber Oil...
Seneca Aspen Air Rifle .22
4x32 AO Scope and Rings, Male QD probe, 1 magazine, and a single-shot tray
|Max Velocity||900 fpsMeasured with 14.66 ammo|
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