Edgun Leshiy V2 Questions, help please…

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    blkbagger
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    I have watched all the videos, read all I can, but still cannot get the straight dope on a couple things about my new Leshiy… Unfortunately I don't have a chronograph so I cannot do any serious testing, rather than make a large mistake and break something I have a couple questions:

    1) What is the adjustment range in clicks of the Leshiy adjustment underneath the barrel…???

    2) Will that "screw" eventually stop at its limits in each direction…???

    3) Will the Huma regulator upgrade void my warranty…???

    Any help would be appreciated, I'll be ordering a chronograph today to help with my tuning… Thanks, Ken

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    There is no way to get your Leshiy right without a chronograph. Then you just follow the Leshiy tuning instructions. When you turn the hammer screw all the way clockwise it will stop. That is zero preloaded on the hammer spring. Back it out one click and start shooting through the chrono. My gun has a Huma set at 100b and it’s best tune is at 15 clicks CCW. The gun will go at least 28 clicks CCW but you are absolutely punishing the valve striking it that hard. Just remember, you are looking for that first dip in velocity. Here is how my last tune went. The numbers indicate clicks CCW on the hammer spring. I will skip 1-10 and start at shot 11 at 11 clicks.

    11. 778fps

    12. 800fps

    13. 837fps

    14. 845fps

    15. 854fps

    16. 862fps

    17. 865fps

    18. 861fps

    19. 860fps

    The first drop in velocity came on shot 18 at 18 clicks CCW. Went back to 15 clicks and the gun will be operating at peak efficiency. That simple and that’s why you need a chronograph. Huma shouldn’t effect the warranty on the rest of the gun. You shouldn’t have to worry about it anyway.

     

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    Thank you so much for taking the time to explain all that, a chronograph will be here Monday… Time to get serious as this is my first truly "tunable" PCP rifle…

    Again, thanks so much, I am really liking this rifle, it's very accurate out of the box with a 350mm barrel and the Donny FL Adapter and either my Tanto or Sumo on it…

    Ken

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    That thing is Bad A$$! Congrats brother!

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    Awww, thanks…  Waiting for a new suppressor cover, mostly for looks, but also to protect against scratches… I cannot wait to sit down at a bench with a chronograph and really dial it in…  It already puts holes in holes…

    5 shots, 40 feet indoors, red dot sight…

    Ken

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    I'm curious to know how many shots you're getting per charge with your current tune…??? And is your Leshiy .22 with 350mm barrel…???

    Ken

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    blkbagger

    Awww, thanks…  Waiting for a new suppressor cover, mostly for looks, but also to protect against scratches… I cannot wait to sit down at a bench with a chronograph and really dial it in…  It already puts holes in holes…

    5 shots, 40 feet indoors, red dot sight…

    Ken

    Ken, what happened to the other 4 shots.  Did you miss the paper? LOL, J/K

    Great shooting!!! Congrats on the Leshiy!

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    Thanks… Not bad for an old blind guy…

     

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    As for shot count, Just from my set up I'm getting about 14. I'm running a huma reg set at 108bar and hammer is set to 15.  I'd have to fire across chrony again for speed but I set it as above posting.  Accuracy I've only put it on paper to sight in but it'll shoot clothes pins off a clothes line all day at 30-35 yards.

    I'll be curious to see if my shot count matches others set ups.

    Great looking gun. Your going to love it.

     

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    I do like my Leshiy very much, nice rifle… I thought about getting the Edgun Stalker scope, but I like a variable power / higher power scope…  I got a new piece of kit yesterday, I ordered it after seeing it here on AGN…  It's a "Pop Can" pellet dispenser, very nice little piece of machining…

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    Like blkbagger said. "There is no way to get your Leshiy right without a chronograph."

    A crono really is a must for any PcP if you are wanting to tune it. 

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    My first and new chronograph will be here today, gotta love next day delivery…  Testing to begin ASAP…

    Ken

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    blkbagger

    I'm curious to know how many shots you're getting per charge with your current tune…??? And is your Leshiy .22 with 350mm barrel…???

    Ken

    My Leshiy is a .22 and that tune is with the short barrel. I get 854fps with 14.9gr and 815fps with 18.1gr. My shot count is in the low 20’s. When, and it’s rarely, I switch to my 350mm barrel, I don’t touch a thing. It picks up some speed and the gun behaves better, not as spastic when I squeeze the trigger. But I prefer the gun small, folded perfectly in half in a small backpack. If it was the only PCP I owned, I would leave the long barrel on it. It’s a better behaving gun for longer distance shooting in that configuration. My gun is super quiet with the longer barrel on it. I can’t figure out why guys  are hanging all the extra stuff on the end of it. It’s not even proportional to the lines of the gun. To each his own I guess.

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    Mine is very quiet with the longer barrel and my Sumo on it, less sharp of a bark VS the stock baffle and extension… Unscrew the suppressor and the rifle with 350mm barrel is still about the same length as a stock 250mm barrel Leshiy with the Donny FL Leshiy adapter on and suppressor removed…  I like it…

    Easily fits in my pack… Ken

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    Time to get serious about tuning my air guns…

    Yay me…!!!  Ken

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    Glem.Chally
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    I use the same chrony with great results, nice!

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    Seemed the way to go with the lights for indoor use and ability to use iPhone app… It had good reviews, there's so many to choose from…  And for my first chronograqph, Caldwell schtufff has always been decent, I have a few of their products…

    Ken

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    Mine is very quiet with the longer barrel and my Sumo on it, less sharp of a bark VS the stock baffle and extension… Unscrew the suppressor and the rifle with 350mm barrel is still about the same length as a stock 250mm barrel Leshiy with the Donny FL Leshiy adapter on and suppressor removed…  I like it…

    Easily fits in my pack… Ken

    Aaah, now I get it.

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