Screeves of the third series are effectively archaic so you need not worry about them here, although some mention of the Pluperfect screeve will be provided because it is used today with the verb ‘to be’ (‘ყოფნა’).
Holding to this claim, the perfect series conjugations are not provided in the document for any of the verbs except ყოფნა.
So I'm asking now, how accurate is the above claim? Because browsing through the first 7500 words in the forum.ge word frequency list it is possible to encounter a verb form that appears to be in the perfect or pluperfect. Some examples of the perfect to be found in the list include მინახავს, მინახია, მომსვლია, უთქვია. Pluperfect examples to be found: გაეკეთებინა, მოეგო, წასულიყო, უთქვია, ეყენა, ყოფილიყვნენ, ექნა, დამედო. I'm no expert, but it seems to me that the perfect series is alive and well in Georgian and the quoted statement above is inaccurate and it would be truer to say that such a series is far less common but still used, instead of archaic.
Despite this, the document should be very useful as a reference for Georgian verb forms although don't expect to find any help with the perfect series.