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By Charlie Frear

Here is a closeup of the components of the powertune. One of the good things about this powertune, is that there are no permanent changes or damage to the gun.

Now for the important part, you can see this one is shooting around 920 fps, all the groups pictured are 50 yarders, what you can't see is the superior downrange performance that these 34 grain JSB Heavy's have over the 25 grain Kings. I do a lot of 70 yard plinking with my gun and it is getting boring how easy it is to hit the smaller spinners at that distance.

Georgia Airgun power tune added to a Georgia Airgun Cricket purchase
$185.00
This includes:

Full accurizing  service on barrel which includes lapping of the bore,

Perfecting and polishing the crown

Tapering the lead

Polishing and removal of any burrs in transfer port

Trigger adjustment


Customer supplied Cricket

$210.00 This includes:

Full accurizing  service on barrel which includes lapping of the bore,
Perfecting and polishing the crown
Tapering the lead
Polishing and removal of any burrs in transfer port

Complete replacement of all O-rings

Trigger adjustment

Test shooting session

.25 Cricket Bullpup Power tune OPTION...

Another closeup of some of the groups with the pellets used. I did shoot a few groups with the .25 grain kings at around 1015 fps and the accuracy was just as good, please understand the intention of this tune was to get the Heavy MK II up to 920 fps with good accuracy and it seems that the option  has delivered well.

Here you can see a closeup of the airtube extension in place.

The goal of this option was to up the velocity on the .25 Cricket so it could push the 34 grain JSB King Heavy MKII to around 920 FPS with accuracy. You will see how I did it and the results from it.
I have sold several of these to customers and they by all known accounts are very impressed and happy with their guns. I then went ahead and did it to my personal .25 Cricket and it is like having an all new gun again.
Anyway here are some pics and descriptions.

This pic shows the airtube extension installed on the gun and one off of the gun. The extension is positioned at the back of the airtube to increase the size of the regulated plenum of air. You can see where I upped the reg pressure to 133 bar from 120 bar and I also switched over to a metal hammer spring adjuster. You can also see that on every Georgia Airgun I stick a rare Earth magnet on one of the clamp bracket bolts to hold the hammer spring on the outside of the gun for storage, which I recommend it's removal for storage over a week.

Here is a pic to show the .25 Cricket with the power tune. Note that the airtube is 1 3/4 inches longer but not longer than the barrel/ moderator.

Here is a close up showing the airtube is about a 3/8 inch short of the mod/barrel.