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22LR Silencer – Regulator Ti

Why do we make a premium 22lr silencer like the Regulator Ti?

When we decided to make the Regulator Ti, it was because people kept asking us for a all titanium version comparable to the Essence that we once offered. A 22lr silencer like the Essence was not easy to find in the marketplace as most people flocked to the more budget friendly designs made mainly from aluminum.

When we made the Essence, we wanted to offer the absolute best option for people when it came to a rimfire suppressor. It had an all titanium construction with a replaceable stainless steel blast baffle insert. This insert was factory replaceable should you shoot enough 22 WMR or 5.7mm FN through it to erode the insert down. This was a design aspect implemented to extend the life of an already well built silencer ever further.

Later we redesigned the base model suppressor and that became the Regulator. At this point we dropped the prior model the Kodiak TL and kept the Essence as our premium offering. But something else happened along this time that caused us to eliminate the Essence from the lineup…the ammo shortage.

The regulator Ti is one of the lightest rimfire silencers on the market today.

You heard right, about that time there was a huge rimfire ammunition shortage and people just were not buying rimfire silencers at all. So we pivoted and let our love of rimfire silencers settle for a while. But we didnt stop all together. Some discerning people would occasionally call us and inquire about an all titanium alternative to the Regulator, wanting something that would be insanity in weight and still have that incredible sound suppression that the Regulator had became famous for…enter the Regulator Ti.

This 22lr silencer is the pinnacle of thread mounted muzzle cans in the world of rimfire suppressor design. We made it with the best titanium available (Grade 5 – 6Al-4V) and gave it a nice Cerakote finish as well as redesigning the core to have the monolithic blast chamber design. This reduced stacking tolerance possibliites, made the silencer lighter and made maintenance simpler all at the same time. A better 22lr silencer has yet to be designed in our book…but we are working on it anyway…

So until we design something better…keep your powder dry!!!

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The Regulator Ti is the worlds best 22LR Rimfire Silencer.

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Regulator Ti silencer mounted on a Ruger 22/45 rimfire pistol.

When you are looking for a the pinnacle in rimfire suppressors, the only place to look is Liberty Suppressors and the Regulator Ti. The reason for this is simple, we have almost 20 years in the silencer trade and rimfire suppressors are a specialty of ours. We started out with some early designs that most people dont even know we made, such as the Sparrow silencer (yes, we made one before another company came out with the same model on their design). Then we made a new design and called it the Sparrowhawk rimfire suppressor.

kodiak tl rimfire silencer core
The Kodiak TL predecessor rimfire silencer.

Next came the Kodiak and Kodiak TL rimfire silencers with several advantages of each one, and from these came the Essence. The Essence was our first all titanium rimfire suppressor and gave us much of the inspiration for the Regulator Ti. We drew inspiration for the baffle design as well as the material choice and this made the Regulator Ti one of the lightest AND quietest rimfire silencers ever made.

The regulator Ti is one of the lightest rimfire silencers on the market today.

To understand how good the Regulator Ti sounds you honestly have to hear it in person, but to give you an idea… The Regulator Ti resembles what a small pneumatic staple gun sounds like when fired on a rimfire pistol like the Ruger MK IV series of firearms. This is the best description I have been able to come up with over the years. It is surprising when people fire it, especially if they have never fired a rimfire pistol with a silencer like the Regulator Ti suppressor installed. The usual reaction is snickering or chuckles followed up with a request to shoot it some more. Once you have had the pleasure of shooting subsonic, suppressed 22LR firearms, you will not want to shoot without a suppressor installed ever again. The design of the baffles is such that the gasses are forced to recirculate and the heat in the gas column is bled off through the tube wall as well as the volume allows for reduction in gass pressure to combine together for the perfect trifecta of rimfire silencer perfection.

If you want more information about the Regulator Ti, Regulator or Vector rimfire silencers just click on one of the photos above of the Regulator Ti to be taken to the webpage and you can navigate around from there easily. To talk to us about getting one of your own, just give us a call or shoot us an email to support@libertycans.net or 706-661-6911.

Of course, this is our opinion so take it for what it is worth, till next time, keep your powder dry…

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Which 22lr suppressor option is right for you?

In a previous post I discussed choosing the right 22LR suppressor for your needs. But what I didnt do was explain that there are many more options for a 22LR suppressor than dedicated silencers.

You see in the early days, there was caliber specific designs with very little leniency towards shooting other calibers out of your silencer. This was because people made them out of low cost materials and designed them around the caliber in question very deliberately. This works great when you want to suppressor a certain caliber only, but not so much if you want to suppress multiple calibers.

Original Mystic silencers circa 2010

Back in late 2010 we launched the Mystic silencer. This was ground breaking in that it was the first true multipurpose 9mm bore silencer that worked really well on a long list of other calibers as well as 9mm. The truly first multipurpose silencer was born.

This gave rise to people actually using their Mystic as a 22LR suppressor. This was made possible by the team at Liberty Suppressors making the Mystic to where it could be easily dismantled by the end user for cleaning. This also gave rise to another phenomenon in the silencer world…user serviceable suppressor designs.

Another often overlooked 22LR suppressor is the integral. IF you love shooting one specific type of firearm like a 22LR rifle or pistol of a certain kind, then an integral really makes a lot of sense and will quickly become the only firearm you get out of the safe. By building integrally on the host firearm we are able to significantly lower the sound signature of the firearm WAY past that of a thread on muzzle can. Things like integral 10-22 builds and such are really common but this kind of design really shines on bolt action builds. IT can literally be made to where the rifle sounds like you dry fired it. This is incredible levels of suppression and has to be expierienced to be understood.

IDF 10/22 suppressed barrel
IDF 10/22 suppressed barrel

When you start looking into the other areas for a suppressor to go on your 22LR build, just remember that there are many more than just the little 22LR silencers that you see on the shelf. We here at Liberty Suppressors will be glad to help you design your custom build to bring you dreams to life or to even get you a multipurpose silencer for your first time purchase to dip your toes into the world of silencers. Then again, there really is nothing like a great 2LR suppressor like the Regulator to get your favorite rimfire firearm super quiet… So there are three simple solutions for your rimfire needs that will give you next level performance and make your dreams a reality. So until next time, keep your powder dry!

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The Regulator 22LR Suppressor

It isnt often that a silencer catches my attention anymore. You see, I have been in this industry for almost 2 decades at this point and have seen an incredible amount of silencers. By far, my favorite one is a 22LR suppressor.

22lr suppressor

The Regulator is the current iteration of our venerable Kodiak TL and improves on that design significantly. We have this love affair with “movie gun quiet” silencers and to be honest… a 22LR suppressor is the only way to do that at all. You see, all other calibers have enough noise with them to push the sound up to where it isnt movie gun quiet. The action noise of say 9mm pistols alone is louder than this phenomenon. The little subsonic 22LR cartridge though is capable of astonishing accuracy and incredibly low sound signature levels. We personally have seen reductions OVER 40dB with our Regulator silencer. That is no small feat to be honest, even 30dB is significant, but with 22LR, it seems all things are possible…

What we do is literally optimize the baffle geometry for a specific caliber, working sometimes by trial and error and sometimes by using 3D modeling to create specific sound signatures.The Regulator was developed starting with the original Kodiak TL baffle structure that was built from trial and error designs. After we started with that step, we used the 3D solid model operations to further improve the design and at the same time, we simplified it as well. This helped up improve the sound performance without impacting costs, if fact we were able to keep costs down for longer due to this and we were able to pass this on to the end user ultimately with better value for your purchase dollar.

kodiak tl rimfire silencer core
Kodiak TL Baffle Structure was very complex.

The next thing to make a great 22LR suppressor is to make it look good. We always incorporate sound design into our aesthetics as well so even the decoration on the silencer has performance characteristics. I cant go into the specifics of this as it is trade secret, but rest assured that all the features are there to help with sound reduction as well as good looks. Another aspect is that we want to keep the package as small as possible, this usually means using special materials to maximize the internal volume, like using thin wall titanium tubing so we can increase the internal volume of the silencer, thereby lowering tone of the suppressor. Because we all know, volume is your friend in the silencer world.

Those are just a few of the things we look into when designing a 22LR suppressor and want to make it the best one we can possibly offer. So if you want to get that “movie gun quiet” sound, give us a call and let us know you want a Regulator or a Regulator Ti on the way to make that happen! Until next time, keep your powder dry!

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Kodiak TL to Regulator Upgrade

Check out this video about upgrading your Kodiak TL silencer to the all new Regulator!

When you see the difference in the Kodiak TL and the Regulator, it is easy to understand why you would want to do the upgrade. The Kodiak TL while being David’s personal favorite can of all time, has it’s short comings. The first silencer shortcoming is that the rear cap gages off of the rear of the tube. Should the tube become dented for any reason on this surface the silencer will not gage true and you are prone to get baffle strikes from this issue. So great care must be taken to insure the tube doesn’t get damaged. The second thing the Regulator does better is that is it just plain quieter.

You heard that right, the Regulator is just plain quieter than the Kodiak TL even though it has borrowed it’s suppression technology from the older generation, there is significant design improvements in this silencer to make it better.

The last thing that the Regulator upgrade gives the Kodiak TL suppressor is we add the wavelike feature eliminating the need to tighten the silencer really tight to prevent tube spin. This was one of the things we aspired to eliminate when we designed the Regulator and we deliberately started with a Kodiak TL tube to develop it with so that we knew it would be able to be upgraded if people wanted to do that. This is just another way we here at Liberty Suppressors are always looking to provide more value to our silencer owners.

If you want to get your Kodiak TL upgraded to the Regulator design, just give us a call and we can get that done for you. 706-661-6911 dials right to the peeps you need to talk to about your silencer!

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UPGRADE Kodiak TL to Regulator

Turn your awesome Kodiak TL into the Regulator.

Turn Around time is approx. three weeks or LESS.

This upgrade will give you every feature as the New .22 Regulator Suppressor.

Just another way we are adding value for you.

  • Tube will be modified to conform to the new Regulator specs. – Model name will not be modified.
  • Please print your email receipt and put it inside the box with your suppressor and mail to 113 Gunsmoke Trail, Trenton GA, 30752.  We will get this processed for you right away.  Thanks !!

 

I just got back my rebuild from you guys. It looks much nicer than I expected and it seems a little quieter too. It looks like the tube was re-coated which I was hoping for so it would blend. This turned out so nice. I can feel the slight weight reduction you did with this one compared to before, and it seems like the weight is more at the rear. I really appreciate the fast turn around and all of the conversations Andy and I had, he answered all of my questions. I may bother the poor guy one more time just to say thanks. But I appreciate all of you guys. This is why I came back. The can is great, products are great, but you guys have excellent customer service. – Chris B

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Why get a 22 silencer, also called a 22 suppressor, at all?

Well, the short answer is, it is just plain fun!

Adding a 22 silencer to your rimfire firearm, whether it be a 22 rifle or a rimfire pistol, makes the whole shooting experience more pleasurable. We have always recommended using something like the Regulator Ti for new shooters when they are just learning the fundamentals of accuracy. This silencer is so light that its doesnt weigh down the gun and it takes the loud bang out of the event so there is a lot less problems from flinching.

Regulator rimfire silencer

Also, when a 22 suppressor is added the sounds the the user hears instead come out since the firearms “bang” is eliminated, I have heard all sorts of things that were not possible till I started using a 22 silencer. Noises like the sound the bullet makes when it hits the target, the action of the firearm, or the bullet passing through the air is another odd sound that you normally don’t hear. It is actually kind of fascinating to know all those other sounds are there too…

So what is the best 22 silencer for the beginning shooter? I would reccomend one that is light weight and that is a proven design with high performance sound suppression as the main target item of the design. Our Regulator series is a perfect example of these kinds of 22 suppressor designs as you want the initial experience to be the best possible and absolute suppression will give this result.

kodiak tl rimfire silencer core

Another thing to consider is the reduction in noise pollution that a quality 22 silencer can bring to the table, maybe you are at a gun range that only allows firing during certain hours , but suppressed, subsonic 22 suppressor use can happen anytime as it is almost silent. This is just another benefit to using rimfire silencers when shooting, the rules can get singed for you in these kinds of situations.

So until next time, keep your powder dry!

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The benefits of a 22lr suppressor

We sometimes dont realize how beneficial a 22lr suppressor can be for other reasons than it is super cool to have one… Well, lets take a look at some not so obvious reasons.

The Regulator 22lr suppressor

The first one comes with teaching new people the fundamentals of marksmanship. A 22lr suppressor on a quality host firearm will allow the new shooter to learn the fundamentals of sight alignment, trigger press and follow through without the usual down sides. Things like people closing their eyes or flinching and jerking the trigger and such are usually associated with the loud bang from the gunshot. If you can eliminate this noise, then the firearm doesnt seem near as “Scary” and people are able to stay focused of the firearm. A good 22lr suppressor design like our Regulator makes the whole experience fun instead of intimidating…

The next thing that most people dont think about when it comes to a 22lr suppressor is the hearing protection it affords. You would think this is more common, but honestly it takes a back seat to the actual sound and the cool factor. People do understand that silencer designs like the Regulator Ti are great for making a rimfire rifle hearing “safe” but they actually dont think about the hearing protection it affords. You see, the rimfire firearm is still actually quite loud on the measuring instrument when measured even with a high quality 22lr suppressor attached. To the point that most audiologists would recommend using additional hearing protection along side the silencer. Even the best rimfire silencers will only get the sound impulse down to maybe 108 to 110dB, this is still really high compared to the normal world around us. Now, to not get into the weeds too deep here. Just understand that we dont recommend using any firearm without hearing protection, even if there is a silencer installed on it. The 22 suppressor does help greatly though and this coupled with high quality hearing protection will make your hearing last much longer…normally… than not using these precautions. The government has done extensive studies on hearing loss coupled with combat (gunfire) and it is pretty bleak. Most veterans come home with SIGNIFICANT hearing loss… keep that in mind when your talking to one of them and they ask you to repeat what you said, they probably didnt hear you.

So until next time, keep your powder dry!

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.22 Silencer Choices in 2023

22LR Suppressors

When people think about the 22lr cartridge, most dont consider how or why to even add a 22lr suppressor to it. They dont realize that a 22lr pistol without a good .22 silencer on it will still have sound energies well above the limit of 140db…well above it…

We always consider which silencer we will be planning to use when we are looking at our options for a new host weapon. We no longer look at the firearm as a stand alone item but rather, it is part of a system that includes optic, firearm, ammunition AND a .22lr suppressor. Without any one of these key components, the system is incomplete and in our opinion is not ready to be fielded. The lack of attention to the .22 silencer is in part from a few things. The lack of knowledge that the silencers are even legal is a huge hurdle. Most people simply do not know that they are legal. Another hurdle is the ATF paperwork that comes with ownership and the associated responsibility that comes with owning a .22 silencer. Another hurdle is in finding one at all. Most firearm dealers dont have the extra licenses to deal in NFA items (which is what a .22 silencer is considered).

So let’s say you overcome all these hurdles and now are looking to get some .22lr suppressors of your very own. Which on do you pick? There seems to actually be no end to the options now a days. Well, here are a couple that we like…

The Regulator Ti .22LR Suppressor

This is the creme de la creme of silencers for a .22 silencer. The construction is titanium baffles and tube and on top of that, the over cap is light weight aluminum alloy so the whole thing on weighs 3.8 ounces! That is insane for any many 22lr suppressors out there today and the durability will last many lifetimes so there is no danger of ever wearing it out. The Regulator Ti also has world class sound suppression too. This makes it a .22lr suppressor that is perfect for virtually all rimfire applications.

The Regulator .22 Silencer

Now if all that titanium has you worried, there is another options out there. As far as 22lr suppressors go, the Regulator is one of the finest available. It provides class leading suppression, to the point of being considered a benchmark by many. This .22 silencer can do it all…except for one thing. This one thing is be shortened for use in rifle applications like the Vector can… This is why the Regulator .22lr suppressor is our best selling rimfire silencer. It just works REALLY well.

The Vector .22LR Suppressor

This is our newest design and most versatile .22 silencer ever. This silencer is designed from the ground up for ease of cleaning in mind and holds true to that feature. It can be dismantle easily even after 2000 rounds of rimfire use. This is no small feat as this would weld most other 22lr suppressors shut. The Vector also allows for modular use too, this feature was designed into it for use on rimfire rifles that didnt need a full size silencer. Most 22lr rifles using subsonic ammunition dont need much for a great sounding 22lr suppressor so this is easily done with the Vector in the short configuration.

So there you have it, three different solutions for a great .22lr suppressor that is readily available and work really well. So till next time, keep your powder dry!

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What is my favorite 22lr suppressor?

22lr suppressor 22lr silencer or 22 suppressor

So this could literally be a one sentence blog post, but I choose to not let it die that fast…lol

The fact is I have several 22lr silencer favorites , but there is one I keep going back to over and over and then there is another one I use a good bit too out of nostalgia or something like that.

The question is a little loaded too. If you wanted a general purpose 22 suppressor solution then it would be the Vector modular 22lr silencer. The reason is that it works really well on many different applications and it is utterly simply to take apart and clean at the end of a long range session. This is a big deal if you dont like taking your 22lr suppressor apart very often as it can be shot several thousand rounds and still be taken apart to be cleaned by hand…for the most part. There might be need for a 3/8 drive ratchet out of your tool box to get started but a lot of the time, it isnt needed…

If you wanted my choice for the absolute quietest 22lr silencer I have ever had the pleasure of shooting, then it would be the Regulator Ti 22 suppressor. This is because the Regulator Ti is so quiet and the tone is so nice that I cant thing of another 22lr suppressor that can even compare. Now keep in mind that it is not as easy to clean as the Vector silencer, but it is not really all that hard to clean as long as you stay on top of it. It is totally worth the extra work in the end though with the level of suppression that this 22lr suppressor has.

kodiak tl rimfire silencer core

Here is the inside secret though, my all time favorite 22 silencer of all time is the Kodiak TL. This was my personal pet project of rimfire suppression. The Kodiak TL was a culmination of over a year in development just to get the silencer to perform like I wanted it to and then it was something like 16 iterations to get it to this level. This is the silencer that the Regulator program is based on and for good reason. The Regulator is a game changing 22 suppressor. It is that simple. So if you want to learn more about dB suppression then follow this link and read what is going on to get a silencer to over 40dB of sound reduction.

So until next time, get your 22lr suppressor out and go shoot it.

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Which silencer is the most fun? A 22LR Suppressor of course!

So which silencer is the most “fun” to go to the range and use? The title kinda gives it away, but a lot of people dont know the fun that can be had by getting a good high quality 22LR suppressor. With one of these little silencers you can goto the range for pennies on the dollar compared to the bigger calibers while also getting better sound suppression.

Regulator rimfire silencer

Sound Signature of a silenced pistol.

Before we wander down this rabbit hole, I am not a audiologist nor am I able to give legal advice because I am not a lawyer, I am just some guy who loves to read and learn things about sound. With that lets get into what I have found over the years.

This is the number one reason for getting a 22LR suppressor in the first place. The sound reduction of this caliber is on the order of 40dB or more sometimes and can literally turn a 22LR pistol into what sounds like a staple gun. You have to understand what 40dB means because the dB scale is logorythmic and the scale gets progressively stronger the higher the number. 10db is 10 times quieter, ok…what is 20db then? Well 20dB is 100, 30dB is 1000 and 40dB is a whopping 10,000 times quieter! At least that is how I understand it. Now this doesn’t mean that the sound is so low you cant hear it, what it does mean is that it will take a pistol that registers 150dB (what will cause immediate and irreversible hearing damage and make it 110dB which is well below the OSHA threshold of levels for short periods of time. We are taking those energies and converting them into other things like heat or spreading them out over time so the energy doesnt have as high of an maximum amplitude. You see a gunshot has a huge peak impulse then the sound falls off really fast, so if we can capture that energy and release it slower over time, then we can lower the maximum peak, making the perceived sound much lower. There is a law of physics that states you can neither create nor destroy energy, you can only alter it’s state. So what we are doing is altering the period of which the energy is released (since we can not destroy this energy, we have to do something with it) so that the over all amplitude is much lower. By spreading out the sound, the same amount of energy is present, but at a lower level. The Regulator Ti silencer does a wonderful job of this and can be used on pistols as well as rifles.

Cost of a 22LR suppressor.

The next thing most people learn about shooting rimfire ammo is that it is so much cheaper than centerfire ammunition. So this means that you can shoot more at an outing and more often for the same money as you could if you bought rifle ammo.

22LR also has another benefit from cost, it is easier to train a new shooter with 22LR than it is with centerfire ammunition. This is because the ammo that you will be shooting through the 22LR suppressor will be cheaper and they can train more plus the sound suppression will help them develop good habits instead of bad ones from reacting to really loud gunfire.

So if you are ready to tame that 22LR rifle or pistol, Liberty Suppressors has the tools you need. Until next time, keep your powder dry!

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Best 22LR suppressor for a new owner

When you think about a rimfire silencer, you think of things like the Regulator 22lr suppressor or the Vector rimfire suppressor, but there are other options as well.

You see, the new silencer owner also has other biases that they need to consider when choosing their first 22lr suppressor. These things include, clean-ability, sound suppression and weight as well as a host of other things like price and size. We will look at a few of these and a couple of silencer options that you might not consider as well.

vector 22lr modular silencer

22LR Suppression

Come on… we all know this is the real reason for buying the 22lr suppressor to start with. That “movie gun” sound that can only come from a suppressed 22lr is the magic that all suppressor owners strive for. We know that since this is the main criteria that we want to make sure to address this first and foremost. Even with other options on the table, the best suppressors for this task are the dedicated 22lr suppressor designs like the Regulator Ti and the Regulator. These are leading class sound reduction (with subsonic ammunition of course) and will last a lifetime with some routine maintenance. The next level up from this would be small bore rifle silencers. These would be very effective on suppression, but not practical as they are large and bulky compared to the design specific 22lr suppressor. Also, dedicated rifle silencers are not user cleanable for the most part and this poses a problem for rimfire use, cleaning…. This normally requires a trip back to the maker for cleaning and that can get costly.

Weight and Size

The next area that makes the most sense is in the physical weight and size of our choices. Now, of course, the dedicated models will be the best choice here again… (are you seeing the pattern yet?) But we can look at a few other ideas too. Another great choice for a light weight rimfire silencer is the Infiniti X multi caliber silencer. The Inifinti X is designed for maximum caliber choices (including all rimfire calibers) and light weight at the same time. So if oyu want options with your 22lr suppressor then you can also choose something like the Infiniti X as well as it will still allow light weight and excellent suppression too.

Price

Here is where the point to be considered leans towards the dedicated 22lr suppressor. The price of the silencer is one of the biggest factors for many people and a dedicated rimfire silencer will almost always be significantly cheaper than any other option out there. So if you plan to only shoot rimfire ammunition and price is a major factor for you then you will probably want something like a Regulator 22lr suppressor. You still get class leading…or some might even say… movie gun quiet out of it, and you can save some money in the process.

As you can see, these are just a few of the possible factors to consider when looking for a 22lr suppressor, but these are the ones we see the most often and the solutions we find for them. So what do you think is a factor for you? We would like to know and until next time, keep your powder dry!

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Who is the perfect silencer owner?

We look at the silencer owner in 2022 and what they look like now. This is a interesting subject that shows the variety of people that have learned how beneficial a silencer is and that we can all benefit from the use of silencers on our favorite firearm.

The group of people that use firearm silencers are as varied as the types of firearms that they use them on. We have the obvious tactical guy and the not-so-obvious girly girl, both benefitting from silencer use. Let’s take a look at the most common types I have observed:

Tactical training AR15 guy: You know the guy, he shows up to the range with a really nice carbine and a top tier suppressor on it, shoots Mozambique drills for an hour then packs up and goes home. These guys may seem like a bunch of posers to some, but what they really are is interested young people that want to enjoy the freedoms afforded to them by their fore fathers. I am glad to see them on the range. I hope that they continue to goto the range and practice, it may come in handy one day, you never know.

22 Timmy/ 22 Lily: these people love coming to the range with dad so they can shoot the 22 rifle with the Regulator Ti silencer on it. This has to be the highlight of the week! The steels at 50 yards never stood a chance! These will be our countries leaders in 25 years so it is important that they understand what the Constitution is and how we can participate in the process and knowing civics is a good part of that. This is part of that process.

556 rifle silencer on a bulpup carbine

The soccer mom: This segment is the sleeper cell of the gun community, you never expect this one as they dont normally look like the type that would enjoy coming to the range. When you see them step up to the line though, you know they are all business and love to shoot the Glock custom with the Centurion on it (and they like it even more if it has a little oil in it to help reduce first round pop). We are seeing an increasing amount of “mom” shooters who want a suppressor to make their favorite gun more fun to shoot.

The newly minted gun owner: These people are the 21 and 22 years olds who have just come of age and are well versed with the internet and have found that they can have a silencer because of youtube and the long list of companies making high quality silencers for them now. These are the next leaders of this country and we are glad to see them taking to this part of their birthright like they should. These people pick the multi caliber suppressor as their first foray into NFA as they are being frugal and this allows the most versatility for the cost involved. The Mystic X seems to be their silencer of choice and for good reason.

22lr silencer for pistol or rifle use.

The grand dad of the newly minted gun owner: These are typically people who were born in the 70s, these people were accustomed to guns being fairly easy to get and have, but never really thought about owning silencers as no one really knew who to get them from. Plus add to this the problem of there being very few makers at the time as well and this just compounded the problem. With the machine-gun ban of 1986 still in their minds, they love having freedom and these silencers, which were reserved for the elite few that knew where to get them, are grabbing them up now to protect what little hearing they have left.

The immigrant: These people came into the country mostly after the iron curtain fell in the 90s and have lived under communist rule. They know full well how the world works when the populace is disarmed and do not have the ability to defend themselves from evil people intent on committing evil acts against them. They love the freedom that comes from living in the USA and want to participate in all of it. These people are awesome and I take my hat off to them.

liberty suppressors rifle silencer

Last but not least, a silencer is sometimes found on the gun of a veteran. These people know the price of freedom as they have seen it first hand. The cost is high and they don’t want to just toss it aside like some discarded piece of clothing. They also understand that governments can go bad and that it is up to the people to make course corrections when this happens and that the three boxes of liberty have to be cared for. They train, but hope they never need it. These people are the ones that will be there when you need them most.

This is my thoughts on what I have seen at the range in the past couple of years and the people I have observed using a silencer. I may be way off base, but that is what it looks like to me. Thank you for your time.

David Saylors

Pinnacle 2

INTERGRALLY SUPPRESSED 10-22 BARREL

Discontinued

For the closest thing to this incredible suppressor, go check out the Regulator Ti silencer

Goto the home page here.

SPECIFICATIONS

Caliber: 22LR only
Length: 16.5”
Weight: 28.5 ounces (BARREL/SILENCER ASSEMBLY)
Barrel Specifics: 4.75” of rifled bore with the balance being silencer.
Integrally built into a match grade 10-22 target barrel.

This is a silenced barrel only.  Firearm is not included.

The Pinnacle 2 is designed to allow the end user to install a low key silencer built specifically for the 10-22 rifle system. It is specially engineered to allow the user to shoot bulk pack ammunition and maintain the subsonic performance of the suppressor module. It is built into a 10-22 match grade target barrel and is constructed in such a way that it will fit into any standard target barrel chassis, allowing the use of regular aftermarket target stocks as well as any normal 10-22 design???? receiver.  The Pinnacle 2 provides one of the most impressive suppressor experiences, as well as the ultimate in low key silencer design.

The system is the suppressed barrel only with the extraction tool. We do not provide a host rifle with this platform. It comes with extraction tool for dismantling it for cleaning as pictured. The screw jack extraction tool is an accessory that is part of the package and the end user provides a simple 5/16″ allen wrench to remove the front cap. That is all that is needed to dismantle this unit for cleaning, along with some oil and powder solvent.

Pinnacle Maintenance Video

*We also offer the Pinnacle 2 integrally suppressed barrel for the “Takedown Rifle.” This is a $100 modification fee. Customer supplies the rifle. Your original barrel will be returned to you.

Pinnacle 2 Metering Data

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Kodiak

Discontinued

For a modern version of this awesome silencer go here Regulator Ti Silencer

Goto the home page here.

22LR
MSRP……..NA
All Stainless steel construction.
Full Auto Rated.
Take Apart Suppressor.

KodiakWith the advent of the Kodiak TL’s success in sound suppression, we naturally used this technology in the Kodiak and utilized it to improve sound performance while still maintaining its superior strength and durability. Every Kodiak suppressor uses the proprietary “Y” factor baffle design to reduce back pressure as well as noise. Less back pressure equates to better operation from the host firearm due to reduced build up from propellant that are normally blown into the action.

KodiakWe applied these techniques while maintaining a robust design that would support 22 Hornet and the 5.7x28mm (FN) cartridge as well as 22LR and 22MAG in full auto. This gives the user of the Kodiak sound suppressor a large array of host firearm options in a myriad of calibers as well.

Built from robust stainless steel and titanium tubing this suppressor is built to last.  With this suppressor you have the versatility of use up to the 5.7mm and the maintenance value of a take-apart design to facilitate cleaning by the end user.

Each Kodiak comes with a Battlecloth suppressor pouch and the disassembly tools.
We supply instructions for disassembly with the tool kit as well as a video on the webpage (below).

Approximate sound reduction: 39 decibels
Weight: approximately 8.7 ounces
Length / Diameter: 6.5” x 1”
Material: Stainless steel
Attachment: ½-28 Thread mounted

LIBERTY SUPPRESSORS DOES NOT WARRANTY THE USE OF 60 GRAIN AGUILA SSS SUBSONIC AMMO IN THEIR SUPPRESSORS, THIS IS DUE TO BULLET INSTABILITY

Kodiak complete with accessories………..NA

All Production Suppressors includes a Battlecloth Pouch

Kodiak300 series Stainless steel
1/2-28 TPI threads
6.5″ OAL
1″ Diameter
Monolithic core platform
CNC machined construction

22LR
17M2
17 HMR
22 MAGNUM
FN 5.7mm x 28mm
22 Hornet

Kodiak TL

Discontinued

For a modern version of this awesome silencer go here Regulator Ti Silencer

Goto the home page here.

22LR Rimfire Silencer

SPECIFICATIONS

Length / Diameter: 6.5” x 1”
Material: Stainless steel / Titanium
Weight: Approximately 6.3 ounces
Approximate sound reduction: 39 – 41 decibels
Attachment: ½-28 Thread mounted

The unique and seemingly random design of the baffle geometry gives this suppressor another unique advantage by measuring very low on BOTH pistols as well as rifles!  It has very low back pressure signature as well. We routinely get comments from users that report exceptional results while shooting the Ruger MK II with the Kodiak TL installed on it. It is also a take apart design as well. The Kodiak TL is provided with the special tools needed for dis-assembly as well.

This is a world class design that will bring a smile to your face and make you the envy of the gun range! Call today to order yours!!!

Calibers:
22LR
22WMR
17M2
17HMR
Note: This unit is rated for full auto in 22LR only.

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LIBERTY SUPPRESSORS DOES NOT WARRANTY THE USE OF 60 GRAIN AGUILA SSS SUBSONIC AMMO IN THEIR SUPPRESSORS, THIS IS DUE TO BULLET INSTABILITY

Essence of Liberty

22LR RIMFIRE SILENCER

Discontinued

For a modern offering of this suppressor check out the Regulator Ti here!

Goto the home page here.

Essence

SPECIFICATIONS

Calibers: 22LR, 5.7x28MM, 22MAG, 17HMR, 17M2 &    22LR Full Auto Rated
Length : 6.5″
Diameter : 1″
Material : Titanium
Weight:  4.4 ounces
Approx. dB Overall: 113.8 dB (including First Round Pop)
Approx. dB Reduction: 38 – 40 dB
Mounting type: 1/2-28 Direct Thread

Finish: C-Series Cerakote

When we designed the Essence, we tried to spare no expense. Made completely of titanium, this flyweight silencer virtually disappears on the end of your firearm, but retains the durability needed to handle not only rimfire calibers, but 5.7×28 as well. Maintenance on the Essence is a breeze with the rear cap unscrewing from the core, to release the tube and core for disassembly. When it’s time to reassemble, the Wavelok joining of the tube and core means users cannot put it together wrong, as well as eliminating tube spin. All of the Essence’s design features meld together seamlessly to provide world class sound reduction on both pistols and rifles.

All Essence suppressors includes a Battlecloth Pouch

LIBERTY SUPPRESSORS DOES NOT WARRANTY THE USE OF 60 GRAIN AGUILA SSS SUBSONIC AMMO IN THEIR SUPPRESSORS, THIS IS DUE TO BULLET INSTABILITY

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Does a silencer actually protect your hearing?

In a nutshell, yes and no. Silencers aid in protecting your hearing but are not the end all of the task.

When silencers began to become more mainstream some 20 years ago there was all this hype about “hearing safe” silencers and how they had to be under this level or that level to “protect” your hearing. What this is based on is the OSHA threshold of 140dB and to be honest about it, this is still too high…

This seems to be some arbitrary number to use but you see this is not the whole story. The level also has a time factor also. So if you have 140dB for say some short time like 5 milliseconds then after that it is too much…straight guessing here, I am not a OSHA regulation specialist. Continuing on, that level combined with some sort of time limit are what equal the maximum permissible exposure level, not just the dB number alone.

So for guns like the 22LR this means the exposure can be much longer with a high quality rimfire suppressor than say a 300 win mag with a suppressor installed. Simply because the rimfire silencer is suppressed to 113dB and the 30 WinMag in sitting at 138dB… So here is the rub, 113dB is still high. The difference is that is can be exposed for longer periods of time since it is a lower level.

Armed with this information, I always recommend additional hearing protection for anyone shooting a firearm, whether it has a silencer or not. The additional protection of the ear pro added to that of the silencers lowers the level even more and thereby lengthening the exposure time longer. This reduces the risk of permemant hearing loss, but again, I am no audiologist so take it for what you paid for it. This is just what I have learned over the years.

So when you see you tubers like MrGunsNGear wearing ear pro while shooting suppressed, that isnt because the silencer is bad, it is because the suppressor alone is not enough…especially on a rifle. What a silencer does that ear pro doesnt do is that it protects the hearing of literally everyone in the area instead of the one person wearing ear pro. This simply makes everyone’s ear pro that much more effective. I hope this helps someone protect their hearing and makes life better for everyone.

Until next time, keep your powder dry!

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What is David’s favorite silencer?

David’s favorite silencer is the Kodiak TL.

kodiak tl rimfire silencer core

This is because the Kodiak TL was the first silencer in the rimfire world to be a monolithic core and to be well below the 120dB threshold as well. At least that we are aware of…

It took many iterations (from our best estimation, it looks like it was over 16 variations) to get it down to the 115-116dB level it operated at, but we did it. The silencer baffles were also very unique as well with no part of the core being replicated more than once. Back in the day, we were still experimenting heavily in all sorts of baffle technology and really had not settled on any certain structure for a rimfire can at that point… It did work, rather well I might add…but it was technically complicated to say the least and the machining was a painful experience as well. Many deep, small, tightly cornered pockets, made it a nightmare for the machinists that were tasked with cutting them out of the solid bar stock we made them from.

There was a lot of broken end mills that were sacrificed to make these silencers. With the super tight pockets and minimal radii, the cutters often couldn’t clear the chips properly and would do what is known as “recutting” and this would break the end mill. This was one of the many things that led us to the development of the Regulator a number of years later.

We also made the exact same baffle stack for our all titanium core Essence suppressor as well and that is what is pictured above. Below is an early version of the Kodiak TL that still has the plain front cap design that predates the cross slotted front cap that was the standard offering for the bulk of the manufacturing run. These suppressors were made with 300 series stainless steel in the core and had titanium tubes to reduce weight. The silencer has a nice deep tone that is very pleasant to hear for the user and especially when using subsonic ammunition in longer barreled rimfire rifles and pistols. The favorite ammunition has always been CCI Standard Velocity. This ammunition proves to be subsonic at the Liberty facility and is very consistent as well as accurate. We dont even buy anything else anymore if at all possible.

So do you have a favorite rimfire suppressor from days gone by? What is it? We would love to hear your thoughts on this! Until next time, keep your powder dry!

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Both a 223 suppressor / 22 Suppressor Design

This is something that comes up more often that we suspected that it would. A suppressor for use as a 223 suppressor and a 22 Suppressor in a single unit to save a tax stamp if possible. The main reason this is a problem is that the 22lr cartridge is wax coated and the was coating will build up in the silencer module requiring it to be dismantled for cleaning periodically. This is important because when you shoot the 223 rifle round through a silencer with 22lr buildup in it, it is possible to break look chunks of this material and then it floats around in the silencer and can possible contact the bullet in flight, this causes all sorts of problems like poor accuracy and worst of all… baffle strikes. These baffles strikes can also lead to catastrophic failure of the silencer as well. Not good outcomes. So we need to be able to dismantle the silencer to clean it…

Mystic X is a great 22 suppressor as well as a 223 suppressor.

First thing we have to do is eliminate the silencer models that we can not use so we know what we can pick from. The first to go are the sealed rifle silencers like the Sovereign and the Triumph. The next suppressor models to go are the dedicated 22LR silencer designs like the Vector and the Regulator. So what doest this leave? Let’s take a look at what silencers are optimal for this application.

The first model we would recommend is the most obvious. The Mystic X can do both of these calibers and has decent suppression on both with the 22lr suppressor option be really nice. This makes a lot of sense as it is a take apart design that has a baffle design that is strong enough to handle rifle calibers. Another trait of a suppressor design that can perform as both a 223 suppressor and a 22 Suppressor is modular mounting if possible and the Mystic X also has this feature.

The next model we would look at is the Constitution as it is designed to be maintained by the end user in a capacity that would allow it to perform both as a 223 suppressor and a 22 Suppressor both. This is because the tube can be removed by the end user for cleaning. It is not something we talk about a lot, but it can be done if the silencer is maintained at regular intervals to prevent tube lock. This design is also quieter than the Mystic X as it has a bore designed specifically for the 223 and smaller caliber cartridges. These two aspects make it great for a 223 suppressor and a 22 Suppressor in one package just like the Mystic X. While the Constitution does not have modular mount inserts, it is threaded in the most popular 1/2-28 thread that almost all 223 suppressor and a 22 Suppressor designs use so it will work in almost all applications.

So there you have it, two great options that allow use of both of those calibers. If you would like to discuss what your best solution would be for the calibers you want to suppress, give us a call at 706-661-6911 and we will help you figure out what you need. Until next time, keep your powder dry!

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The Best .22 Suppressor for You

When looking for the best .22 suppressor, we tend to get caught up in just numbers we read on the internet.

Dont get me wrong, those are important and even more so with a .22 suppressor, alternately there are several other factors you may or may not be considering. Let’s take a look at some of these factors toghether.

The first one is tone. Tone can make the best .22 suppressor sound terrible to the end user and everyone around them. This is because we perceive sound different from a sound meter does. The meter is a special instrument that can hear sounds WAY past the human ear, which is great for several reasons, but it doesnt information what the silencer sounds like to the ear. You see it will capture that peak sound or even plot it over time and show this amazing story of how great the silencer is going on paper, but if the pitch is really high, it will seem like it is whistling in the shooters ear and this isnt pleasant. So a nice deep tone is better even if it is a couple of dB higher than one that has a higher pitch tone. It will be perceived to actually be quieter even though the meter says otherwise.

The next thing the best .22 suppressor should have is a quality build, this means being made with high quality materials, a good engineering design, simple construction and so on. If the system can be dismantled and then it is not intuitive to be reassembled correctly, then it is not the best .22 suppressor choice in our opinion. Metals like titanium and stainless steel make for a durable and strong 22 silencer that will last many lifetimes. Finishes like Cerakote and Nitride coatings also greatly add to the life of the best .22 suppressor options out there. So dont forget things like this.

The next thing we would say to look at is size. It seems everyone wants to keep making their 22 silencer smaller and smaller. This is fine if they do, but we have found that there is a sweet spot between maximum suppression, back pressure and over all size when it comes to a great 22 silencer. When making a small design as quiet as a larger one, we end up with greatly increased back pressure most of the time causing firearm and ammunition fowling and sometimes overworking the action of the host weapon. So a slightly bigger design that allows the pressure to flow forward more will lower back pressure while maintaining a nice deep tone (remember that part?) as well. This seems to be overlooked for a great number on a spreadsheet these days and we dont understand why…

These are just some of the things we look at when we evaluate a choice for the best .22 suppressor in our eyes and we hope you have gotten something out of this that helps you with our choice. Until next time, keep your powder dry!

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Need a firearm suppressor?

The web is filled with things to capture your attention these days and finding the information you need is getting harder and harder. So how do you navigate this mine field? Goto the source. for suppressor needs, you have come to the right place.

suppressor

A suppressor is a very specific thing that most people need and just dont know it. With 100 million gun owners in the US now (estimated) the need for firearm suppressors has never been greater. We have realized this almost 20 years ago and have been supplying high quality suppressors for the industry and have also been constantly innovating on those designs as we go as well.

The need to innovate has driven us to create many class leading designs over the years in the suppressor world. To name a few, we would look to the Regulator rimfire suppressor that has some of the best suppression in the industry even though it is a monolithic core design.

Another design that leads in the industry is the Leonidas 300 Blackout integral suppressor. This integral was class leading in the original iteration and has been improved significantly with the release of the generation 2 variant. The world of integral suppressor design has always intrigued us here at Liberty Suppressors and we feel every gun should come with a silencer as standard equipment. Integrals are a natural evolution of this concept.

When you decide to add a quality silencer to your host weapons ,we are here to help with that. The process can seem burdensome to some, but in reality it really isnt. There is an extra form or two to fill and and an extra fee to pay one time, so it isnt that bad. We can explain it in detail when you call. If you are a first time owner, we have a couple other blog posts as to what we would recommend, but suffice it to say, the Mystic X usually gets the nod as it gives you the most bang for the buck…or is it the least bang… LOL

If you need to to talk to us about owning a silencer, just give us a call at 706-661-6911 or shoot us an email to support@libertycans.net and we will get you the information you need.

Well, until next time, keep your powder dry!

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22LR Suppressor use on a Rimfire Rifle

Today we look at what is the optimal 22LR suppressor for a rimfire rifle and why we use one at all in this application.

Regulator rimfire silencer

There is a stark difference in the demands placed on the silencer when suppressing a pistol versus a rifle. The powder charge in a 22LR cartridge is consumed in the first 6″ to 10″ of bore in the gun barrel. What this means is that on a rimfire pistol we have unburnt gunpowder entering the silencer and then finishing the burn cycle. A 22lr suppressor is not actually designed for this application directly and it can cause wear to soft material baffles like aluminium. The term used for the damage that this can cause is ablative erosion, but that is for another blog post…

22LR Suppressor in a Rimfire Rifle

So , back to what I was saying. The rimfire pistol deals with the gas column in a different way from the rifle. The rifle is simply dealing with gasses and not burning powder particles. So since this is all the 22lr suppressor has to deal with on the rimfire rifle is can be optimized to work with this. What we have found is that it is imperative that you use subsonic ammunition in a rimfire rifle so the rounds do not break the sound barrier. This will make a lot of noise that there is no known technology to suppress. Once we know we have subsonic ammo, then we need some sort of silencer to capture the escaping gasses and allow them t expand some in a controller environment so they can lower their pressure and there by not reignite upon leaving the silencer.

Since all the powder is burned by this point and you are dealing with hot gasses only, the silencer can be a lot smaller. This is why we made the Vector 22lr suppressor modular in design. The extension module adds two more baffles to the system and this helps with use on a rimfire pistol. Since the gasses on a rimfire rifle are so much lower, the extension module can be removed and the shortened version can be used instead. This lends itself to a nice and lightweight package that is also fairly small too.

So if you are looking for a good, all purpose, 22lr suppressor then the Vector just might be the one you are looking for, for more info on the Vector and our other 22lr silencer offerings, just check us out at liberty cans.net
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Taking a silencer and other NFA items to the range

If you have never owned an NFA item, that being a silencer, short barreled rifle or some other regulated item, then you might want to read on as this article discusses a few items about this subject that we have ran across at times. We will reference silencer or suppressor from here on out as this is the most common item people have on the NFA registry that will require a form 4. Please also be aware that we are not lawyers here at Liberty and you should consult a qualified attorney if you need clarity on the laws pertaining to NFA items, with all that said, let’s dive in!

The first thing that comes up is someone such as a law enforcement officer, asks if you have paperwork on the item. This doesn’t happen very often, but it does occasionally happen. First off, there is no law that says you have to prove you own the silencer, SBR, etc. But that doesn’t stop some uninformed LEOs from giving you a hard time and possibly taking your item if you cant prove it is yours. Silencers draw a lot of attention since they are very obvious (and cool) and what we have found solves almost ever problem like this is to have a copy of your transfer form with you while you are out and about with your suppressor. Some people will make 1/4 scale copies and laminate them, but we find that a regular copy stored in the gun case works really well in this instance. It is always with the item and easy to find. Having a copy of this form will neutralize almost all of these encounters and might even get someone else into NFA, who knows?

What do you do if a private citizen asks for your forms? Honestly, it is up to you how you handle this, but I would politely tell them I dont have to prove ownership to them and keep on enjoying my silencer. Just remember, you dont have to prove anything to some random person who is trying to leverage you about your property. This is something that we have ran into in the past more than in more recent times, as silencers get to be more commonplace, we see this one happen less and less. But it does happen. You can flip this too, if you want to win over another “convert” to the world of suppressor ownership, you could explain that it is legal for them to own silencers and that it is a pretty simple form that you file with the ATF and then show them the form and how you did yours to sell them on the idea. Some people are just curious so capitalize on this curiosity.

silencer liberty suppressors

The next thing to discuss is taking NFA items across state lines. Some NFA items can not leave your home state without a special form being filed prior to taking them out of state. Make sure you check into this before leaving the state with a regulated item, this could turn into a huge problem if you run into trouble and the ATF gets involved. Fortunately, silencers are exempt from this rule so they can be transported into any state that they are legal in from your home state. So taking your silencer from Georgia to Texas to hunt wild hogs is fine without any special forms being filed to do so. Just make sure if you have other NFA items that you make sure they are good to go too before taking off for the Texas hill country.

Also, some other things to prepare for are, people will ask if they are legal and some will ask where you got it. Some will start telling you about their exploits, some of which is probably incriminating… It happens…lol. Another thing is people routinely forget that silencers get VERY hot with even moderate use. I have seen melted range bags, gun cases and even jackets. So keep it in mind and allow time for the silencer to cool before you have to leave so you are not doing the hot potato game with it while heading to the car. Also dont forget that most QA mounts are not quick DETACH as the can heats up and locks the mount into position until it has had time to cool down some letting the part shrink a little and allowing the the mount to release. Another reason to allow the can time to cool before leaving the range.

silencer for ar15 liberty suppressors

I also never leave NFA items like silencers on the bench when going downrange to change targets or check grouping and such, it would be almost impossible for you to sprint the 100 yards back to the bench then out to the parking lot to get a tag number if some one grabbed your can while you was down range checking targets. Either have someone sit with the items or take them with you. either way, I cant stress this enough, dont leave them unattended…at all. People get complacent and forget that people will do dumb stuff like score your favorite 22 can when you aint watching… dont trust anybody. I know it shouldn’t need saying, but it is the reality we live in here…

I hope you have enjoyed this little trip down the rabbit hole with me today and in the future, just be safe and careful and you will be fine…till then, keep your powder dry.

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Which rimfire suppressor is right for me?

The Vector rimfire suppressor is perfect for a 22LR pistol.

Today we look at which rimfire suppressor we recommend for the 22 LR enthusiast.

When you go down the rabbit hole of 22LR rimfire suppressors, it is important to figure out what your personal needs are when it comes to this amazing firearm caliber.

Do you want the absolute quietest platform available?

Do you want to use your silencer and not have to worry about cleaning it very often?

Do you need several different configurations to work on many platforms?

These are just a few of the questions that many rimfire silencer owners end up asking themselves when they choose a rimfire suppressor. Some of these questions ask the new, or even seasoned NFA owner, to take a hard look at themselves and see what is a real need in their mind as opposed to what they think they want based on marketing hype or peer pressure.

Once the end user has found what really matters to them, it really boils down to just one question. Do I want the Regulator rimfire suppressor or the Vector rimfire suppressor? Let’s take a short look at the differences and what this means for the end user.

Regulator Rimfire Suppressor

The Regulator rimfire suppressor is designed for flat out performance. The absolute quietest silencer money can buy…bar none. If having the literal “staple gun” quiet 22 silencer is your goal, then the Regulator is for you.

Regulator Rimfire suppressor

The only drawback (if you can call it that), that we can come up with, is that to maintain this level of performance, the silencer needs to be cleaned regularly, on the order of every 500 rounds or so. This doesn’t sound like many, but if you look at most rimfire firearms, they normally need cleaning in the same sort of time frame as well. The Regulator can go a bit longer but the silencer will be harder to dismantle the longer you wait. Once again, for most people, this isnt an issue.

Vector Rimfire Suppressor

The Vector silencer does things differently. It is designed from the outset for the person who wants the maintenance of their silencer to be easy even after several thousand rounds of use. We went into the project with this in mind along with simple design so it is easy to assemble and modular so it can be configured to fit the users needs when it comes to a rimfire suppressor. We have tested the Vector on a Ruger 22/45 rimfire pistol and after more than 2500 continuous rounds of fire, the silencer came apart with minimal effort. We even have a video of this process that can be viewed here!

Vector Rimfire Suppressor

All of this is a moot point though, if you do not have quality subsonic 22LR ammunition. For this we chose to use CCI Standard Velocity ammunition. This ammunition is subsonic naturally and is also VERY consistent over all for a bulk available ammo. If you are looking for our recommendation for a 22LR rimfire cartridge, this is it.

Thank you and we look forward to hearing from you soon!

David Saylors

Liberty Suppressors

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Upgrades are here!

Did you know that we offer a slew of upgrade paths for existing suppressor owners? Did you know that there is no need for a new tax stamp or the long wait with an upgrade? We have upgrades for many of the suppressors we have made in the past including:

Out with the old mystic

Out with the old mystic

Mystic X from older Mystic models

Chaotic TI from Chaotic

Regulator style internals in your Kodiak TL

and much more!

Just goto our web store and look for the section with all the upgrade options and as always, we are here to discuss what you are looking for whether it be an upgrade, special project or one of our current production silencers!

 

Thanks and we look forward to hearing from you soon!

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