In my review of Edgun Leshiy 2 you could see the precision of the small Russian air rifle. I told you a lot of technical details and showed you close-ups.
Today I’ll show you one with more power and a different way to have fun. I will be using a Hawke reflex sight to fire at various targets at 10 yards (10 m). I started with Keilershoot Pro.
Two years with Keilershoot Pro
I featured the Keilershoot Pro shooting gallery in a review more than 2.5 years ago, and I’ve been using it a lot since then. In many of my shooting videos, I have shot air pistols and air rifles at the shooting gallery. So far, I have only used guns with 7.5 joules. However, in a telephone conversation with the manufacturer last week, he assured me that you can also use Keilershoot Pro with powers of up to 16 joules without any problems. This is especially interesting for shooting clubs or people who live outside of Germany.
I hadn’t had any problems or malfunctions during this time. Nothing is bent or broken. The only thing I changed several times, of course, were the backgrounds. As in my presentation back then, Keilershoot Pro still gets my full recommendation. I wouldn’t want to miss it anymore. You just can’t compare the variety it offers with just shooting at paper targets.
Performance of Edgun Leshiy 2 at the action shoot
Before I started, I filled the compressed air tank of Leshiy to 300 bar. Now I have over 100 rounds available until the regulator pressure reaches about 75-80 bar. Of course, in the future we will also offer the optional carbon bottle for Leshiy 2 on www.jabolo.de. It more than doubles the shot yield. Hundred rounds may sound like a lot but trust me… they are gone quickly when you’re having fun with Leshiy.
I didn’t make it easy for myself today and shot the rifle with a reflex sight. This is of course an advantage for fast target detection. For precise shooting at longer distances, however, it is undoubtedly easier to use a scope. Nevertheless, I always have fun with my red dot.
I could also imagine that Leshiy would be suitable for IPSC shooting. As far as I know, it’s not offered for air rifles yet, but what would be wrong with trying it with a Leshiy? You can easily attach three more magazines to the lower tube of the buttstock and change them quickly. You could also attach a handle to the lower Picatinny rail.
How would you like the idea?
Have any of you ever shot IPSC and can make a statement about it?
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