Liberty Suppressor’s A-KAOTIC


Liberty Suppressors is now selling a .30 caliber sound suppressor called the A-KOTIC. Although available as a separate piece, the A-KAOTIC was designed in conjunction with Krebs Custom and can be had as a suppressor and rifle package.

The A-KAOTIC uses a titanium tube with a stainless steel core and an Inconel blast baffle. The unit has a quick detach mount that pairs with the Krebs Interchangeable Muzzle System. The device is approximately 7″ in length and weighs in at about 27 ounces. Liberty Suppressor finishes the suppressor with a Type C Cerakote process.

Liberty Suppressor estimates the sound reduction as approximately 24 to 30 dB. The A-KAOTIC unit is rated for both 7.62×39 and the 300 BLK rounds. As a stand alone suppressor, this carries a price tag of $799.

As mentioned, the suppressor was built in conjunction with Krebs Custom, and you can buy a rifle/suppressor package. That package pairs the A-KAOTIC with a Krebs AC-15 rifle.

If you are not familiar with the AC-15, Krebs builds it on the Saiga rifle platform and really tricks it out. Among the features of the Mod2 version:

  • cold hammer forged, chrome lined barrel that is 14.25″ long with precision crown and permanent muzzle device
  • UFM rail forend for easy addition of accessories and the ability to field strip gas tube
  • tuned ALG Defense trigger
  • Magpul CTR stock, MOE pistol grip
  • rear sight moved to receiver cover

For the rifle plus suppressor, the price is $2,800.

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  • Pete M. – TFB Writer

    Liberty is a great company with great people.

  • Mike N.

    Wow is it really 27oz? My longer all steel SpecWar 762 only weighs 22.4oz on my scale.

    • thedonn007

      It says 27 oz on the liberty website as well. I see that it is a 2″ diameter suppressor, so that could account for the weight.

  • Cymond

    One of these days, I’m going to sit down and sort through all the 30 caliber suppressors. I’m only interested in 7.62×39 and 300 Blackout, so that will probably bias me towards the smaller/lighter models I don’t need something rated for 300 MegaBoomer or whatever.