The EdGun Leshiy: A Subcompact Air Rifle With Serious Punch

It’s not easy to fully describe the EdGun Leshiy in just a few small words, but if I had to try, I’d say it’s accurate, mobile and full-powered. Unlike some other air rifles, it’s definitely not a toy! Its small size allows it to fit into a small backpack, which makes it a fun gun that you can take anywhere. Whether it’s a ...

Delta Optical Stryker HD Review

The Delta Optical Stryker HD has pleased me beyond my expectations. It’s a Japanese-made scope built around a 34mm tube for a stout but compact chassis. The 56mm objective is well proportioned for a true long-range-capable scope and is not overwhelmed by the 37mm diameter elevation turret, standing 30mm above the central spherical saddle. This, along with th...

EDgun Leshiy HUMA Pellet Dispenser

EDgun Leshiy HUMA Pellet Dispenser Let me tell a bit more HUMA pellet dispenser. It's an ongoing never-ending story of my Leshiy after all So you've got Leshiy? Cool! Shooting off the bench is fine, with pellets in the tin. Sun is shining and life is good. But what if you want it to be your grab & go solution? So that you don't have to open a ti...

AR style grip for the Leshiy

So... you thought it was the end of my search for perfect Leshiy configuration? You were all wrong! Very recently one of the users on another forum (in US) offered to printed couple of AR-style grips for Leshiy for a nominal shipment fee of $20 and he even included Magpul AA insert with a grip in a package (which is $15 alone), yeah! Thanks buddy, that was ...

The Perfect Leshiy Scope

Ok This is the number one question I seem to get when a person purchases a Leshiy. Since the gun came out, I have asked Ed to offer a dedicated scope for the gun. The Leshiy sits in its own class without the support that other guns get regarding scope options. It is built kind of like a mini AR-15 and as such many of the scopes that would fit an AR f...

EdGun Stalker 6X - The Game Changer

I'm a big enthusiast of EdGun Leshiy, which is in my opinion the most versatile compact PCP ever and another game changer of airgun world from EdGun. For the record - the first one was introducing bullpup to airgun industry. So... as you can see in my EdGun Leshiy review (https://www.itstactical.com/warcom/firearms/edgun-leshiy-subcompact-air-rifle-serious-p...

The Powerful Punch of the Edgun Matador R5 Airgun

It’s been couple years since EdGun introduced their Matador R3, which immediately became an iconic bullpup airgun. Their version 4 was actually skipped due to business-related issues, so when an updated version finally emerged from Eduard’s drawing board, I had to have it! Today I’ll be covering the beautiful monster that is the Edgun Matad...

R5M/ Lelya trigger adjustment

​. At early R3M we have two screws on the trigger. Like on that picture. ​ As you can see there are two screws there. They worked as follows — when you push the trigger the screw # 1 start to push the plate of the balance-beam. In the beginning of the movement of the trigger the screw # 2 is not touching the beam, b...

Tuning the Leshiy

Probably the most common question I get from owners of the Leshiy is how to tune the gun to get the most power, best efficiency, and tightest extreme spread possible; the holy trinity of airguns so to speak. Before arriving at the adjustment explanation part of this blog, I feel it is essential to understand how a regulator works. The part that is commonly c...

Birth of EDgun

Hey all, I have dug this documentation out of the Russian blog archives as I thought is was not only an interesting read and worthy of sharing but worth documenting in English to protect it and make sure it is never lost in time. I spent a lot of time translating it from Russian to English, although my translation is not perfect I hope you can understand mos...