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Leshiy Akula Moderator

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Nik VanOrton, Oct 21, 2019.

  1. Nik VanOrton

    Nik VanOrton Well-Known Member

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    Just taken delivery of an Akula moderator for my Leshiy. Adds 20mm on to length which is OK for me and most importantly it works really well. Significantly quieter, in fact the loudest noise now is the mechanical clunk of the hammer. Way better than standard and great if you're shooting in the garden.

    It's excellent value at around 50-80 euros depending on spec and delivery.

    Recommended!



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    jps norton One Hit Wonder

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    Where did you buy it from?
    Thanks
     
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    I bought the +20mm version from that site and the standard length one, to use if I ever use the extender and a a 350 barrel.

    The +20 mm versions suppression is superb, it’s well made and the extender finish matches very well.

    Mine is a .22, and works very well indeed with the .177 barrel currently fitted. Don’t buy both, IMHO you’d be wasting money.
     
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    they are very good especially for their size and the guys in Russia are easy enough to deal with, personally think its the most cost effective option out there for a leshiy
     
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    robs5230 Oversprung

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    Any pics of yours Geoff ?
    Which did you get and how do you find it ?
     
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    last post on https://www.airgunforum.co.uk/commu...un-leshiy-akula-sound-moderator.273585/page-4

    shows some pics, I actually got the 50mm version with a 177 and 25 baffle (later being for the odd occasions I use 22/25 in it). Find it to be very good with the length more in keeping with the original dimensions and looks of the leshiy, I do have an eaglevision adaptor and extra baffle so the world is my mollusc as I can put whatever I like onto it now but do find the offset nature of it ruins the lines unless its covered up.

    As mentioned before I think its the best cost / size option out there that I have used.
     
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    This is the 20mm extension version. Near silent but for the lightest of puft and the hammer. E05F8FC1-9230-41AE-9F88-94E1DD67D7C3.jpeg 327E98B1-FFAA-45B6-94C7-2B22EE3C7984.jpeg
    It doesn’t add much weight or length.
     
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    robs5230 Oversprung

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    What calibre is that on ?
     
  10. Mr Bond

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    .22 moderator on a .177 barrel
     
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    not wishing to be argumentative are you sure that's 20mm?? as it looks identical to my 50mm on the gun:confused:
     
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    Oops, my mistake. It IS the 50. Well spotted.
     
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    I ordered both
     
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    thanks for the confirmation I thought I was loosing the plot for a minute, had to go and get my Leshiy out to make sure

    As you have both how much of a difference between them are there? I did wonder when I ordered mine
     
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    The 50 is quieter and still not too intrusive. I got hold of a cylinder extension that adds 40 mm or so (not fitted yet) so moved the 20mm on.

    The extension would be similar at both ends and look balanced
     
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