New Integrally Suppressed Upper from Liberty Suppressors – The Leonidas TI

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Liberty Suppressors has announced the release of their new integrally suppressed titanium version of their Leonidas platform. The new can is part of a system including components from Seekins Prevision, Lilja (a match barrel) and a NiB M16 bolt carrier group.

MSRP for the Leonidas TI is set at $2130 (Price includes: Liberty Suppressors Leonidas TI silencer assembly, Seekins Precision upper receiver and forearm rail, Lilja match grade, stainless steel barrel, NiB treated bolt carrier assembly and BCM Gunfighter charging handle)

its notable that a customer can also work with the company to supply components for Liberty to put together a custom build. Hit up the links to see the details on providing ones own components for Liberty to assemble. Labor is reasonable at $80 an hour will full parts lists for customers to ensure everything is ready to go.

 

Full Press Release Below:

Liberty Suppressors Announces the Leonidas TI

Liberty Suppressors – makers of the world’s finest firearm sound suppressors, would like to announce the release of our latest silencer design, the Leonidas TI.

The Leonidas TI initiative launches a new era of silencer design. With best in class performance, this integrally suppressed AR15 upper assembly combines, low blowback (equates to cleaner running), extreme sound attenuation in a light weight platform to create the ultimate suppressor package. Joined with our new titanium silencer assembly is the Seekins Precision IRMT-R upper receiver and MCSR free-floating forearm. We are sure you will agree that with these top quality components, we have taken the Leonidas TI to the next level.

MSRP for the Leonidas TI is set at 2130$ (Price includes: Liberty Suppressors Leonidas TI silencer assembly, Seekins Precision upper receiver and forearm rail, Lilja match grade, stainless steel barrel, NiB treated bolt carrier assembly and BCM Gunfighter charging handle)

About Liberty Suppressors
Liberty Suppressors is a family owned, Georgia based silencer company that pioneered the concept that a monolithic silencer can be quiet. Liberty Suppressors offers a full line of silencers for everything from 22LR up to 300 Remington Ultra Mag.

Liberty Suppressors can be found on the web at www.libertycans.net and by phone at 706-661-6911.



Nathan S.

One of TFB’s resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR’s, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.

Nathan can be reached at Nathan.S@TheFirearmBlog.com

The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.


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  • Anonymoose

    Wow…is it strange that I just learned of this company’s existence 3 days ago when searching for a suppressed Uzi barrel?

  • Tyson chandler

    While I have personally not hand any experience with this specific item, I do own 2 of Liberty’s cans. (Constitution and Essence). The products are top notch, and perform exactly as promised. Customer service is excellent, every phone call or e-mail has been responded to in 24 hrs. These folks are great to deal with and make a quality product.

  • NDS

    Wish their presser had a little more detail, like the barrel length and whether the can is permanently attached to make this a non-NFA upper. I’d assume that’s what “integral” means but I’m just curious.

    That being said I absolutely love 300blk and this looks like a good product from a company that has a very good reputation.

    • Jwedel1231

      You are correct, “integral” does mean permanently attached so it should only be a one stamp item. Emphasis on ‘should’.

      • NDS

        “Should” indeed haha

  • kregano

    If the Hearing Protection Act passes, I’ll definitely look into buying or custom building one of these uppers.

  • Jwedel1231

    So, why can I not just buy an integrally suppressed 300BLK barrel and do it myself?

    • Cymond

      My guess?
      It would be complicated because the barrel nut probably won’t fit over the suppressor, and the gas block definitely won’t. In other words, you’re forced to use whatever gas block and barrel nut the manufacturer chooses (and most handguards use proprietary barrel nuts, so no choice there, either). At that point, the only parts missing are the receiver and BCG.

      • Jwedel1231

        Interesting points, for sure. Hadn’t thought about the barrel nut or gas block.

  • beaver hunter

    $2130 and they put that awful stock on it?

    • R H

      “Price includes: Liberty Suppressors Leonidas TI silencer assembly, Seekins Precision upper receiver and forearm rail, Lilja match grade, stainless steel barrel, NiB treated bolt carrier assembly and BCM Gunfighter charging handle.”

      Sounds to me like $2130 and they didn’t put any part of the lower on there…but yeah, if I was advertising a $2k upper I would have demonstrated it with something better looking than that.

      • kregano

        Supposedly the upper just costs ~$1900, so unless they included the tax stamp cost into the MSRP, I guess the extra $200 is for the lower (which is kind of disappointing).

  • Dan

    Leonidas? 300 blk? Hmm…guess tonight we dine in hell?