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Scopes For Your Leshiy

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Chandelier man, Apr 15, 2019.

  1. Chandelier man

    Chandelier man Post Whore

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    What scopes are you Leshiy owners using ;)
     
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    Meopta 4x32 with the rangefinding reticle (Really bright). Before that was a hawke Vantage 2-7x32 AO IR (Finer reticle). Don't really use the Leshiy beyond 30 yards and find 4 mag plenty in that respect.

    John :)
     
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    Thanks..... I don't shoot more than 40yrds ...I have a Viper connect and Hawke 30sf airmax that I could try but they might be too big
     
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    I used 2-7x32 in the main on mine. Ideal size
     
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    Pard 008
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    IMAG0595.jpg Hehe, might be overkill but works perfectly.

    Spot on length when Leshiy is folded.

    Falcon M18+ 4-18 44SFP
     
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    Mortimer Lord Haw Haw

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    I do like the laminate grips on your Leshiy. Nice. :cool:
     
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    Thanks.

    Already fitted when I bought the gun. Apparently made by a certain T Brown, IIRC.

    Can be contacted via facebook I believe.
     
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    Lon'gun An analogue man in a digital world

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    I have a etched glass version of the Leapers/UTG Accushot 3-12x44 compact fitted at the moment, and it is very good for the money.
    I did have a 2-7 Airmax fitted, a very good little scope, just not enough mag for my eyes.
     
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    Lovely scope. I have one of these for sale at the minute
     
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    I am looking at the UTG bug buster
     
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    Careful with the bugbuster. Its very compact which may have an impact on eye relief and head position.
     
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    I've had these scopes on my Leshiy.
    Both were very good. Top one Hawke Panorama 2-7x32, Bottom Leapers 2-7x32
    The bugbuster may offer little in the way of room for mounts between the turrets and eye / objective bells so check out the eye relief.

    leshiy 1811 (2).jpg leshiy 0501.jpg
     
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    I will try my other scopes first .... it is probably too late now to get one sent before the weekend
     
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    Anything 32mm objective or over, almost certain you'll need high mounts. ANy lower mounts will surely foul the objective bell on the silencer chamber.
    I actually tried a vortex 1-4x24 in medium mounts and found head position far too low, so reverted to high mounts. You may be pushing it for contact on the silencer for a 40mm objective and bigger even on high mounts.
     
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    Mine came with a Bugbuster 3-9 32 fitted.

    A decent scope but the wired reticle is far too thick for me.

    You can see from my earlier post I now have a Falcon M18+ fitted.

    There is a 6mm gap between scope objective and moderator.

    The scope mounts are Nikko Stirling high, NSMM30WH. 28mm from bottom of scope tube to bottom of mount.

    I could fit lower mounts 23/24mm and still have 1 or 2mm gap.
     
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    I will also be needing a case ...where did you get yours and is it any good
     
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    I am going to maidstone on Thursday so I might stop off at Countryway and see what they have got in ...the bug busters are quite cheap online so I might give a go
     
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    The case was very good and from Lidl. Aluminium with pick and pluck foam inside.
    Not in store at present though
     

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