Today I want to show you how to attach an Edgun Leshiy 2 Bottle to your rifle. When you initially buy the semi-automatic air rifle, it has two interconnected air chambers at the buttstock. 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.
Today I present you a tuning kit for your Weihrauch air rifle!
Weihrauch air rifles are without a doubt worldwide some of the best air rifles in the recreational market that you can get. I don’t think there will be anyone in the community who disagrees with me on that point. However, there are always people or companies who are still not satisfied with this. They are working on making the outstanding weapons even better.
Not only competitors, but also recreational shooters want their favorite rifle at the absolute maximum. It’s not about performance or power, but mainly about handling and shooting behavior.
Today I’ll show you the DonnyFL Shroud for Edgun Leshiy 2. Together with a DonnyFL Ronin, you are able to turn your Edgun Leshiy 2 into a great looking air rifle that is also quieter than the one with the original silencer. I have tested the different combinations for you to give you an overview of the noise levels.
Which combination you choose is up to you. That’s the nice thing: hardly any modified Leshiy looks like the other. Because of the great layout, there are a lot of different ways to customize your rifle.
Today I have once again an exciting topic for you. This time it’s all about legal tuning!
Weihrauch air rifles are factory equipped with the match trigger Rekord. In my personal opinion, it’s one of the best triggers in the recreational air rifle range. This is one of the reasons why such excellent shooting results can be achieved with Weihrauch air rifles.
However, if you’ve shot a lot with your rifle, you get to the point where you ask yourself: What can I improve on my Weihrauch HW? How can I upgrade my Weihrauch air rifle to achieve even better results?
Even though the components for modifying Huben K1 are included with the purchase, you are not allowed to modify it on your own. In Germany, only a gunsmith is allowed to do so. At that moment they create an air gun that requires a license. If you don’t have a license, then you are not allowed to own the gun.
I have luckily found a gunsmith who will do rebuilds on rifles for me and is not camera-shy. Michael Rumpel from Opferbaum in Bavaria is the gunsmith I rely on. Besides his craftsmanship, the great thing is that he also has a 100 meter shooting range that I get to use for my videos. That’s great for me, my website and my YouTube channel. I can then immediately test all the modified rifles.
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