Leonidas TI

LEONIDAS TI – LIGHTWEIGHT TITANIUM INTEGRAL SUPPRESSOR ASSEMBLY
Place Your Order Now MSRP: $1993

SPECIFICATIONS

LENGTH OF SUPPRESSOR MODULE: APPROX : 13”
LENGTH OF BARREL/SUPPRESSOR ASSEMBLY: 17.4”
BARREL: LENGTH : 8.5” (not including barrel extension)
APPROXIMATE WEIGHT OF SUPPRESSOR PARTS : 20 OUNCES
DIAMETER OF SUPPRESSOR : 1.625” OD

The Liberty Suppressors Leonidas Ti was built from the need for a 300 Blk suppressor built specifically to maximize the performance of this cartridge for absolute suppression. The Leonidas Ti balances blow back and ejector port noise with world class suppression to give the user an extremely pleasant shooting experience. The suppressor module is pinned and welded to the barrel making the overall length 17.4” and keeping it a one tax stamp, integrally suppressed firearm. Here at Liberty Suppressors, we truly believe the Leonidas Ti is the king of the 300!

We build this suppressor a couple of different ways for the end user. For option A & B specifications, please see the Leonidas page at this link.

>>>>Option A&B Info Click Here<<<<

LEONIDAS TI OPTION B PRICING IS 918$

Due to the build design of the Leonidas TI integral suppressor system, it is not recommended to fire this platform with any of the suppressor parts removed. Injury could result.

SUPPRESSOR MATERIALS:

CORE –  6AL-4V Titanium (Grade 5)

  • FRONT RETAINING RING – ALLOY STEEL
  • TUBE – TITANIUM (Grade 9)
  • BLAST DIVERTER – STAINLESS STEEL
  • REAR CAP – ALUMINIUM
  • BARREL – STAINLESS Lilja Match Grade (1 in 8″ Twist)
  • COATING – MATTE BLACK (TYPE “C’) CERAKOTE

AVERAGE dB METER VALUES are very similar to the regular Leonidas which is 121dB, but has a lower tone thereby giving it a better sound. (Action noise only was metered at 118.7dB)


Leonidas Metering Data

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If you have an older Keymod rail and would like to mount accessories to it, we recommended that you first shorten the factory screws so as to not interfere with the rail or contact the tube in any way. The easiest way to do this is to use a Dremel type tool to grind the screws down so that they only protrude to the bottom of the nut face when tightened.

Before

This is a rail with the standard, factory length, screws.

After

This is a rail where the screws have been shortened by grinding.