Edgun Leshiy in .177 anyone?

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    intenseaty22
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    I’m looking to get a Leshiy at some point in the (slightly distant) future. My preference is in .177, but there’s little info that I can find, specially of .177. Any experience with these?Thanks!

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    Brian10956
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    It’s only $150 for a standard barrel in 17,22 or 25 caliber . So if you don’t like one it’s no big loss I have it in 22 and 25 caliber and 25 Long  what I have is very accurate to 50- 75 yards and can get 2” groups at 120 yards if the wind is steady. If you contact Brian at EdgunWest he can give you info on the 17. He is a very customer friendly person to deal with. I also upgrade the regulator to Huma it give you more shots and is easy to adjust.

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    azeeb
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    I just got one today.  I ordered a .177 and also the 350mm .22 barrel.  We are in the middle of a blizzard / ice storm, so it will be a few days before I get to shoot it. 

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    intenseaty22
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    “Brian10956”It’s only $150 for a standard barrel in 17,22 or 25 caliber . So if you don’t like one it’s no big loss I have it in 22 and 25 caliber and 25 Long  what I have is very accurate to 50- 75 yards and can get 2” groups at 120 yards if the wind is steady. If you contact Brian at EdgunWest he can give you info on the 17. He is a very customer friendly person to deal with. I also upgrade the regulator to Huma it give you more shots and is easy to adjust.

    
Thanks, I will reach out to him when I get closer to purchasing. 

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    intenseaty22
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    “azeeb”I just got one today.  I ordered a .177 and also the 350mm .22 barrel.  We are in the middle of a blizzard / ice storm, so it will be a few days before I get to shoot it. 

    
Nice, please do let us know how it does for you. Thanks! 

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    Navnesen
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    Getting 33 shots at 900 fps with 8.44gr JSBs with my huma regulated .177 Leshiy. Solid performer in the field. 

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    azeeb
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    We are still cleaning up from the storm.  There is about 2 inches of slushy snow / ice / freezing rain on the ground.  I have shot the new Leshiy off the deck a few times, but no chrono numbers or anything.  I have to say the build quality exceeded my expectations.  This is an engineering marvel.  It has to be one of the coolest little guns I have ever shot.

    One other point for those with hand pumps, the Leshiy is very easy to pump up.  100 bar to 250 bar took about 50 strokes with my hill pump.  Completely empty cylinder to 250 bar was about 100 strokes, a little harder but still very doable.

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    FearnLoading
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    Get the Huma reg. set at 110 bar. With the Leshiy in 177 you will get about 24 shots at 810 fps using the 10.34 grain JSB. Accuracy wise it’s super. Set it any lower and you can get up to 40 shots using the 8.34 grains JSB. Accuracy wise it’s amazing. 0.3 inch groups at 30 yards. You can Plink easily up to about 90 yards no problem. Beyond that it will get a bit shaky. If you want it quieter than it already is,  get the extender and the Donny FL baffle. 

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    intenseaty22
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    Great info guys. Thank you. I may have to make some selloff sacrifices before I can get one, but It’s in my short list for sure. 

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    AirGunShooter
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    Really like the grip on your Leshiy.  Where did you get it from?

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    Navnesen
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    “Leshiy Lovers Hints Tips Mods And Advice” group on Facebook.

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    Brian10956
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    “AirGunShooter”Really like the grip on your Leshiy.  Where did you get it from?

    
That grip looks like it’s from Steven Brown you can find him on Facebook he’s a postman in England show makes gun grips as a sideline.

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