Liberty Suppressors Updates the Mystic X

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posted on March 25, 2017
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Liberty Suppressors redesigned its flagship Mystic X suppressor for 2017, increasing the flexibility and versatility of this multi-caliber can.

The company's flagship suppressor measures 8 inches long and features a 1-3/8-inch diameter. The unit is constructed with a titanium tube that surrounds a stainless-steel core and weighs in at 10.5 ounces. With this construction, the Mystic X is able to provide users with a sound reduction of 33 to 38 decibels across several calibers, according to Liberty Suppressors.

The multi-caliber Mystic X has been updated in 2017 to allow for the use of the suppressor on firearms chambered in .22 LR all the way up to .300 Win. Mag. The company also uses a stainless-steel fixed barrel adapter to adapt the suppressor to different firearms.

The company claims that it tested the Mystic X on a bolt-action rifle chambered in .300 BLK and saw the same level of accuracy both with and without a suppressor mounted, with no perceptible shift in point of impact.

The suggested retail price for the Liberty Mystic X suppressor is $799.

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