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Mines defo a keeper ....... gets more use than my multishot 

Huma reg'd with twin tubes gives me 160 shots in  .177 with 250mm barrel 

 

 

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3 hours ago, snipper said:

Mines defo a keeper ....... gets more use than my multishot 

Huma reg'd with twin tubes gives me 160 shots in  .177 with 250mm barrel 

 

 

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They are very nice, but why is there a bipod on such a compact rifle? Do you use it?

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11 minutes ago, Mice! said:

They are very nice, but why is there a bipod on such a compact rifle? Do you use it?

I use it mainly when garden pinking but swap to a foldable foregrip when out in the field 

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3 minutes ago, snipper said:

I use it mainly when garden pinking but swap to a foldable foregrip when out in the field 

Cheers, I often see small rifles with bipods and think why?

Must be a great gun for snooping about in the woods.

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1 hour ago, Mice! said:

Cheers, I often see small rifles with bipods and think why?

Must be a great gun for snooping about in the woods.

Bit marmite for some but most people love them ....... 

54 minutes ago, grahamch said:

are these available in the UK?

Edgun UK  is the official distributor ,  think his site is down but ......  here's his contact details 

 

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2 hours ago, snipper said:

Bit marmite for some but most people love them ....

Certainly different,  I've just been looking at a new wood, one of those would be ideal.

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10 minutes ago, Mice! said:

Certainly different,  I've just been looking at a new wood, one of those would be ideal.

Be perfect ...

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18 hours ago, snipper said:

Mines defo a keeper ....... gets more use than my multishot 

Huma reg'd with twin tubes gives me 160 shots in  .177 with 250mm barrel 

 

 

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I was thinking they would be good for wandering around the woods.

I have read varying opinions on the trigger from awful to great!

Single shot wouldn't really bother me that much or the relatively low shot count, I very rarely shoot more than 20 pellets off.

Supposed to be simple to work on and any problems?

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The basic Leshiy was under a grand begi of the year. The new multishot Leshiy 2 is due out soon and much more costly.

The Leshiy makes sense if you need to carry your gun in a backpack to get to and from your shooting perms. If not plenty of other small light bullpups will do more.

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Like walking up this!! But I wouldn't spend the money, I'll be stripped to the bare minimum of gear,  it would be nice though having something in a backpack. 

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42 minutes ago, ratchers said:

I was thinking they would be good for wandering around the woods.

I have read varying opinions on the trigger from awful to great!

Single shot wouldn't really bother me that much or the relatively low shot count, I very rarely shoot more than 20 pellets off.

Supposed to be simple to work on and any problems?

The trigger is single stage and easy to get used to or you can mod it to get a fake 2nd stage by swapping the trigger stop with a plunger screw 

https://www.edgunleshiy.com/blog/2018/7/10/how-to-guide-edgun-leshiy-trigger-mod/?fbclid=IwAR02BpAJEi45wdRaqQ4rail5y9n-OUj0WB9aYfVMskEjjP6r2vj9qgvJ2qY

 

Shot count with a huma regards fitted can be more than you expect,   in standard single tube/cylinder I can get 80 shots in 177 

Build is belt and braces and never missed a beat .... 

As Figgy says is compact for a backpack ...mine fold's down to 14" × 9" 

 

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4 minutes ago, Mice! said:

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Like walking up this!! But I wouldn't spend the money, I'll be stripped to the bare minimum of gear,  it would be nice though having something in a backpack. 

You could zip wire back down that 🙂

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6 minutes ago, Mice! said:

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Like walking up this!! But I wouldn't spend the money, I'll be stripped to the bare minimum of gear,  it would be nice though having something in a backpack. 

Hats off if you can shoot at all, never mind straight after walking up there? I would be beyond oxygen. 😀

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10 minutes ago, snipper said:

You could zip wire back down that 🙂

That would be fun.

15 minutes ago, old man said:

Hats off if you can shoot at all, never mind straight after walking up there? I would be beyond oxygen. 😀

I haven't yet, there are flatter parts thankfully,  and as the wife likes to point out,  I need the exercise.

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Youv'e got a lovely small scope on snipper, what is it as it suits it especially when folded.

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1 hour ago, ratchers said:

Youv'e got a lovely small scope on snipper, what is it as it suits it especially when folded.

It's a vector veyron  3-12×44 , really nice little scope 

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