Liberty Suppressors 762HR Hunting Rifle Suppressor

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Liberty Suppressors has introduced a new hunting rifle suppressor called 762HR. This is a .30 caliber can based on the company’s Chaotic family of suppressors. This silencer is compatible with .308 Winchester, .30-06 Springfield, 7.62x39mm and a number of other .30 caliber cartridges (up to .300 Winchester Magnum) as well as with a wide variety of smaller caliber cartridges.

Liberty Suppressors 762HR Hunting Rifle Suppressor (1)

The company has designed this silencer for use with standard configuration rifles. Due to lack of advanced materials (such as Inconel) in this suppressor’s design, it can’t be used with machineguns or SBRs. In fact, the company states a barrel length restriction of minimum 16″ for all the caliber options. The reason for introducing such a simplified design is to be able to cut the manufacturing costs down and offer an affordable suppressor for those who don’t need it for mounting on an SBR or a machine gun. The MSRP of the 762HR suppressor is $400.

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The 762HR suppressor is threaded for the 5/8-24 thread pitch. It has an overall length of 6″, an outside diameter of 2″ and weighs 21 oz. It also features a Cerakote finish. Other features of the 762HR suppressors can be found below (quoted from the manufacturer’s website):

We made this thing to take a beating and keep on going too, with a core and rear cap made from 18-8 stainless steel and a grade 9 titanium tube, it needs no maintenance. Just wipe it off with bore solvent if it gets too dirty!

The tube is interlocked with the core at the front with a special wavelok technology that also allows pressure to vent along the perimeter in a controlled manner, thereby reducing back pressure and block back.

Finally, the entire assembly is coated in type C cerakote for a ultra durable finish that will last many decades, and as usual, it comes with our stellar warranty! Call us today to get your order started!

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  • Sunshine_Shooter Sunshine_Shooter on Jun 28, 2018

    I get that for 300 WinMag the barrel needs to be 16"+, but isn't the muzzle pressure of a 16" 300 wm greater than the muzzle pressure of a 16" .300BLK? Is it that this can actually can't contain a reasonable .300BLK SBR, or are they being overly cautious?

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    • Sunshine_Shooter Sunshine_Shooter on Jun 28, 2018

      @iksnilol Just looked at their website. 7.62x39 is 12" and up, .300BLK has no barrel restriction. .308 and .30-06 and 300wm are restricted to 16"+.

  • Sianmink Sianmink on Jul 01, 2018

    IMO, A hunting suppressor shouldn't care about full-auto capability, or terribly about weight.
    Its main focuses should be DB reduction, affordability, and most importantly maximum reduction of first-round pop.