Liberty Suppressor & Silencer Shop Shoot


I love puns.

Hopefully, loyal TTAG readers can sympathize with me when I say that wedding season has ruined my shooting year. Seven weddings has meant that I’ve been to the range only a handful of times in 2013, and at one point, had every weekend for four months spoken for. So when RF and Nick shot me an email on Friday asking if I could cover an event on Saturday in nearby Lockhart, TX, I typed out, “Sorry. Wedding season in effect. Can’t do anything.” Then I checked my calendar and realized that I was wrong – I actually had a weekend free to go shoot guns! Make the jump for gun porn and words . . .

And what a way to return to the range. Here’s the list of what was available courtesy of Liberty Suppressors and SilencerShop.

  • M16 in 5.56 (Full-auto with a 11.5” barrel)
  • AR-15 in 5.56 (16”)
  • FNP Tactical in .45acp
  • Glock 17 in 9mm
  • Sig P226 DA in 9mm
  • Leonidas (AR15 in .300BLK with integral suppressor)
  • Mjolnar (Rem 700 in .300 whisper with integral suppressor)
  • S&W M&P15/22 in .22LR
  • Ruger MKII in .22LR
  • Glock 27 in .40S&W
  • Custom bolt action .308
  • Uzi subgun in 9mm


Even with supersonic loads, this gun was very quiet.


Liberty owner, David, showing us how to control full auto fire.


Full auto uzi spitting spent brass.


Jacob eating up 5.56


Addictive and expensive


Black makes it tactical


FNP Tactical (.45 ACP)


FNP Tactical (.45 ACP)


Silencer Guts


They come in all sizes


AR 15 with “Triumph”

I was very impressed with both Liberty and SilencerShop. The staff was friendly and incredibly safe during a very busy range day. This was my first opportunity to put hands on suppressors fitted to guns identical to what I own. I haven’t yet made the jump into suppressor ownership, but after this weekend I think a rimfire can for my 10/22 and my wife’s Mark III are in order.


There’s more than one reason to come to Lockhart, TX


Several actually


  1. avatar BDub says:

    Awesome. Thanks for sharing. Mmmmm, Kreuz’s!

  2. avatar Julian says:

    Whoops, forgot the more link. Also, *what* is that guy wearing in the 3rd from the last photo? Is that PJs?

    1. avatar Tyler Kee says:

      The most comfortable shirt that Wrangler Western Wear has ever produced.

  3. avatar Drew says:

    i was just looking at their mystic suppressor this last weekend. did you have a chance to try that suppressor?

    1. avatar Jeremy S says:

      Hi Drew,

      Looking at some of the pics, I think Tyler did (or maybe he shot the titanium version of it, the Infinity). I just wanted to jump in and mention that I’m going to do a full write-up on the Mystic in the next week or two. Right now, there are 11 videos on my YT channel with the Mystic on various guns, from .22 to 9mm to .223/5.56. Definitely cool to be able to use it on lots of calibers!

  4. avatar Jeremy S says:

    ” I haven’t yet made the jump into suppressor ownership, but after this weekend I think a rimfire can for my 10/22 and my wife’s Mark III are in order.”

    Don’t forget, Liberty’s awesome Mystic suppressor, which is technically a 9mm can, can be run on a HUGE range of calibers from .223/5.56 to .300 blk to .22 LR and so many more. Since you’re spending $200 on the tax no matter what, plus waiting 6 to 9 months, it’s pretty nice to get a suppressor that can work on so many guns!

    Now that I’ve put a few hundred rounds through mine and have run it on, I believe, 8 different guns, I’m going to put together a full review in the next couple weeks…

    P.S. — that looked like a fun day!!!

  5. avatar phoenixNFA says:

    what did you think about the leonidas?

    1. avatar Tyler Kee says:

      Unfortunately, I didn’t bring any .300 BLK and neither did anyone else. I was actually disappointed I didn’t get to hear it run.

  6. avatar Ralph says:

    Tyler, when you said you had seven weddings, I thought you were auditioning for your own version of “Sister Wives.”

    Is my face red.

    1. avatar Tyler Kee says:

      Oh Ralph….

  7. avatar Justin says:

    I never realized those baffles in the can in the top picture spelled out the company name. Interesting.

    1. avatar Jeremy S says:

      I might be off base here, but I *think* that was made specifically for promotional purposes. That’s not a production design, AFAIK.

      1. Jeremy, you are correct it is a one time core. In all actuality it is very heavy and would be loud. We mad it as a joke and kept it around to pull out on demo’s.

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  9. avatar SLICKDOC1 says:

    Is there one for any of the HiPoint autos and carbines?

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