Today I want to show you how to attach an EDgun Leshiy 2 Bottle to your rifle.
I’m sure you all know my review of EDgun Leshiy 2. If you haven’t checked it out yet, you should definitely do so after this post!
The size of the air tank on Leshiy 2
When you initially buy the semi-automatic air rifle, it has two interconnected air chambers at the buttstock. In addition to the regulator, they also house the power plenum. The power plenum is a small air tank installed behind the regulator. It always fills exactly to the pressure to which the regulator is set.
On the F version of EDgun Leshiy 2, which you can buy in my store at www.jabolo.de (purchase only within Germany), the regulator is factory set at about 75-80 bar.
In total, Leshiy 2 has an air capacity of 192cc in the tanks. In my tests, this was enough for about 110 rounds at 300 bar pressure.
If you now want to increase the possible number of shots, you have the option of installing an EDgun Leshiy 2 bottle with 350cc.
However, the tank capacity doesn’t increase by 350cc since there was already a tank installed where the bottle goes. You lose 92cc when you remove the previous tube and then gain 350cc with the EDgun Leshiy 2 Bottle. In total, Leshiy then has a 437cc tank capacity. This should be enough for about 250 shots.
The installation of the bottle
You don’t have to be a gifted technician to install the new bottle on Leshiy 2. It doesn’t take long, and you don’t need any special tools to do it. However, I don’t want to write the process as a text now. It’s easier for everyone to just watch my video:
I hope you enjoyed my video!
Have you ever had the opportunity to hold a Leshiy in your hands?
I will definitely share more helpful videos about EDgun Leshiy 2 in the future. The rifle inspires me like no other. The high-quality workmanship and the customizing options are simply outstanding.
Thank you again for your time!
See you next time!