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Ted Finally Reviews Edgun Leshiy

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    intenseaty22
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    But it’s a boring black model, not the gold one 😂

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    JimNM
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    Cool little gun.  If I had more money and less supervision…..

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    intenseaty22
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    “JimNM”Cool little gun.  If I had more money and less supervision…..

    
Story of our lives!

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    Bruce
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    Butt ugly…..might be good but not my style.

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    douger
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    great review love his videos

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    Scott_MCT
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    Very informative review.  I’ll stick with longer guns, seems very cool though. 

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    cahil_2
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    Surprised at the accuracy. I expected it to be more accurate with all the hype it received. 

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    Macros
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    His accuracy results seem a lot worse than other reviews out there. Maybe his setup (low velocity in .25) or maybe he has a relative lemon? He did say he thought the .22 would be more accurate. Hope he does a follow up when he gets one.

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    jfrazier30
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    It’s not a fair review in my opinion.   With other guns, he puts more effort into finding the right pellet, and shooting at a range with fewer variables. 

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    intenseaty22
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    When I watch this review, I get a couple things out of it. 1 it is a niche gun, it has its application. 2 because of its short barrel, it’s best suited for up to 30 yards. 3 it probably shoots flatter on .22. All that being said, I would like to see a review under these parameters. Same gun, but in .22 out to 30 yards. If you are going to say that it’s a 30 yard gun, then maybe test it out to 30, not 50? $0.02

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    Mick-VA
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    I enjoyed the video.  He did say he had it tuned @ 690 fps for Kings whereas most people who own the .25 cal have been setting it to 750 fps for 31 fpe.  Either way – it was quite windy which at those speeds would significantly affect trajectory.  I don’t own a .25 barrel yet but I do intend to get one in the longer 350mm version.  

    Mine is a gen 1 .22 topped off with Hawke 2-7×32 with AMX reticle tuned at 751fps for JSB 18gr for about 22.5 fpe.  It shoots very well and I like it very much for its intended use.  I have gotten used to the creepy trigger but would like to improve that someday.  It is accurate enough to confidently take squirrels or birds  at 80 yards still delivering 13.6 fpe at impact.  

    He did opine that it was backyard friendly which I would not agree with unless you have very friendly neighbors.  Leishy is not loud per say, but it is very noticeable with a low frequency pop like an aired up little paper bag being popped.  It does not sound menacing at all but anyone outdoors within earshot will 100% know something just happened.  With its low frequency signature, it does not sound like any other pcp in my collection.

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    Bruce
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    I did enjoy the video, I always enjoy Ted’s comments. don’t think I will get one….just not my style of gun.
     

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    EMrider
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    “Mick-VA”I enjoyed the video.  He did say he had it tuned @ 690 fps for Kings whereas most people who own the .25 cal have been setting it to 750 fps for 31 fpe.  Either way – it was quite windy which at those speeds would significantly affect trajectory.  I don’t own a .25 barrel yet but I do intend to get one in the longer 350mm version.  

    Mine is a gen 1 .22 topped off with Hawke 2-7×32 with AMX reticle tuned at 751fps for JSB 18gr for about 22.5 fpe.  It shoots very well and I like it very much for its intended use.  I have gotten used to the creepy trigger but would like to improve that someday.  It is accurate enough to confidently take squirrels or birds  at 80 yards still delivering 13.6 fpe at impact.  

    He did opine that it was backyard friendly which I would not agree with unless you have very friendly neighbors.  Leishy is not loud per say, but it is very noticeable with a low frequency pop like an aired up little paper bag being popped.  It does not sound menacing at all but anyone outdoors within earshot will 100% know something just happened.  With its low frequency signature, it does not sound like any other pcp in my collection.

    
Very helpful input, thanks.  I’m considering a .22 Leshiy and stealth is very important where I shoot and hunt.

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    tsakula
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    guys i have gen 2 silver one in 22 cal. it shoots pellet in pellet at 55 yards. its super accurate. 

    i make easy headshots at that distance at little sparrows. 

    i think ted received bad barrel.

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    Rbovenzi
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    Hi tsakula, its very encouraging that you have been experiencing such impressive accuracy from your Leshiy. 

    I’ve placed an order for one in .177 here in the UK which due to our firearms laws it will be restricted to 12fpe (12 ft/lbs) which should be fine at distances upto 35 yards. It’d be great to have some feedback from anyone with a .177 version using the standard 250mm barrel and with the extended 350mm .22 barrel on accuracy at 35yards and 40 yards. 

    I agree that Ted’s review could’ve been a bit more informative, I don’t recall him mentioning or demonstrating the fact that the barrels are so easily swapped out in less than minute or so.  I hope that Ted does another video on the Leshiy’s accuracy in better conditions and at various ranges.

     

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    scrane
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    Looks a little gimmicky to me. Cocking cycle seems very awkward. The kind of gun you have to have and then wonder why you bought it a month later. 
     

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    Smaug
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    I always thought it was a bit strange that you post here when one of our favorite airgunners makes a new video. Most of us who are interested would have already subscribed.

    However…. this one, I missed somehow, so thanks! I think I must’ve unsubscribed from him when he stopped doing airgun videos and started doing diving videos. :)

    I’ll put that one on my Watch Later list. 
    Meanwhile, watch your fingers with that little guy. A few guys have blown holes in their fingers with Leshiys.

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    Smaug
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    “scrane”Looks a little gimmicky to me. Cocking cycle seems very awkward. The kind of gun you have to have and then wonder why you bought it a month later. 
     

    
I see it as a niche gun. Ted’s been kind of into backpack-sized guns lately. I think he said something about having a nice hunting spot within biking distance? That was his thought with the break-down Atta-boy. …. I mean Ataman. :)

    Yes, it’s unconventional, but Ed is a guy who doesn’t care. He comes up with an idea, and soon enough, everyone is following him. Here’s a gun that you could consider a full power, backpackable, single shot hunting carbine for short-medium range small game. Yeah, follow-up shots aren’t going to be any faster than they would be with a springer, but in this case, that is the cost for portability combined with power and accuracy.

    When I look at this gun, I start to think a tuned P-Rod would do just as well and for half the money. (but twice the effort!)

    Can’t wait to watch the video later.

     

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    intenseaty22
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    Dang Smaug! Where you been? MIA

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    I think it’s cool gun, but the cocking method kind of kills it for me. I just picked up a PP700 that I’m extremely impressed with(both machining and accuracy) and once it has a stock, it’ll be my poor man’s Leshiy.

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