Liberty Launches .458 SOCOM Goliath Suppressor

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posted on November 25, 2016
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Liberty Suppressors announced the launch of its largest 45-caliber suppressor yet: the Goliath.

The Goliath, designed specifically for rifles chambered in .458 SOCOM, measures 10 inches long by 2 inches in diameter and features a titanium core and tube. The titanium construction gives the Goliath an overall weight of only 20 ounces, while the entire assembly is protected by a C-Series Cerakote finish.

According to Liberty, the Goliath provides unmatched premium performance by reducing the report of .458 SOCOM down to 132.2 decibels from a baseline of 163.1 decibels, providing a drop of nearly 31 decibels. The suppressor features a direct-thread mount with 5/8-24TPI and 5/8-32TPI inserts included.

Suggested retail price on the Liberty Goliath is $999.

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