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Few 50 yard comparison targets

April 17 2017 at 12:55 PM
Rick  (Login pluric)

Sunday morning was fairly calm so I was playing with a few
.25 guns at 50 yards. Charlie with Georgia Airguns has worked
his magic on the Cricket and it feels STRONG. the FX Streamline
had always been a good grouper so I put those two together.
First round had the Streamline all over the place. What???
Cleaned the barrel and it was back and happy. Weird in that it
was shooting great when last put back in the case.

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My son came by and had just put a .25 barrel back on his FX Impact
for our afternoon rabbit hunt. So we sighted it in and but it against
a .25 Wildcat. The Wildcat mini flyer was my bad. It's normally a top

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I'd purchase a second Mutant Shorty because I like the gun so much. So
I shot those side by side to see if there would be much difference.
I have had them group a little better in the past. We were a bit hurried
wanting to leave for the hunt.

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I'll have to give this round to the Streamline.

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Re: Few 50 yard comparison targets

April 17 2017, 3:48 PM 

Thanks Rick! This is exactly what i have been looking for. Looking hard at the Streamline in 25 cal. You have some great shooting rifles and that was some damn fine shooting. Have you tried the polymags in your Streamline yet?

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Polymags in a Streamline.

April 17 2017, 4:22 PM 

I have not. I'll look around and see if I have any at home in a
.25. I've shot mainly JSB kings and they have been great.
The gun has a Huggett on it and is so quiet. More than backyard
friendly. If you want one with the Huggett I was told you have to
order it at the same time or return the gun to have one added later.

Nothing to do with installation, just screws on the existing shroud cap.
Probably some regulation.

Here's a link to my first impression of the gun.


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(Login TrapdoorSpydr)

Nice groups! NT

April 17 2017, 9:14 PM 

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Charlie Frear, Georgia Airguns
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What velocity was the Cricket verses the Streamline.

April 18 2017, 12:11 AM 

Rick, please tell us more. What were the velocity's the two guns were shooting at, also tell us about the shot count on the Streamline.


Charlie Frear, Georgia Airguns

This message has been edited by GeorgiaAirGuns on Apr 18, 2017 12:13 AM

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More information....

April 18 2017, 5:57 PM 

You asked for it! Here is the chrony speed of the two guns.

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Started at about 2 bar on both guns.


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After 36 shots. Seemed to come off he regulator around 30 shots.
Speed started to increase.

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Grouped well. happy.gif

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The Streamline .25

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After 30 shots it had to fall off the regulator. The last
five shots had a very noticeable hammer noise that it never
has when full. It went away after refilling.

Had to use a file photo of the first day I shot it. It started
to rain and I couldn't get a fresh photo.

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