Kasru Abdul,23, Arif Ahmed, 21, were jailed for 17 years and 15 years respectively for possession of firearm with the intention of endangering life.
Both were on trial at the Old Bailey and were sentenced at the same court on 28 March after they were found guilty by the jury.
Detective Sergeant Barry Hart, who led on the investigation, said: “Two violent and dangerous individuals have been taken off the capital’s street, which is excellent news for Londoners.”
The incident happened in broad daylight.
Firearm police and ambulance service were called on 24 Sept around 19:00 hours to the crime scene where a man had been shot.
The court was told that the shooting was a result of a feud over a female.
The victim a 21 year old male suffered serious injury to his leg which required surgery.
Kasru, Arif and their third partner were previously jailed for a total of 14 years after they were found guilty of running a drug Hotline in the Hoxton area.
The gang worked together to run a 24 hour drug delivery hotline, they even had their business cards printed that read “Magic. Anytime. Anywhere” with a number to ring. Police tracked the number and found it registered to Arif Ahmed.
Detective Sergeant Nick Hamer, of the Met’s Trident and Area Command, said: “There was no caution practiced by this network. Anyone who called the number simply provided their location and the drugs were brought to them.
“Over a one-month period, they served drugs to a number of undercover officers resulting in 21 indictments for supply of drugs including MDMA, ketamine, cocaine and cannabis.”