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Liberty Infiniti x

Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by Stockwes, Jun 5, 2020.

  1. Stockwes

    Stockwes Member

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    Who has some experience with the liberty Infiniti x? It looks like an ideal first supressor. Very light, affordable, and 22lr to 300 win mag with a 9mm bore.

    most of my shooting is 9mm so it’s looking good. Anyone have hands on experience?
     
  2. greyling22

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    I've been using the mystic x for a few years. I like it, it's quiet and versitile. That said, as you add adapters, it gets very expensive quickly, and it does not come apart easily. I really like the idea behind it, but I really wish it was a click together baffle stack rather than a monocore for disassembly sake. I would take a long look at the Griffin Optimus or bushwacker as well. The mystic really shines on a 9mm or 357 carbine. It's a little heavy for a pistol, pretty big for a 22 can.
     
  3. Dan Forrester

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    I have the Mystic X and it’s a great suppressor! I use it almost exclusively on my SBR .357. I really think of it as a rifle can primarily.

    back in the early days all pistol suppressors were sealed K baffles. The same manufacturers (Gemtech / AWC) offered the same suppressors except they could be disassembled. However the K baffles were fragile and were usually aluminum and you really had to pound on them to get them apart.

    Then along came the monocore suppressors. This was the next step in suppressor evolution. They weren't much easier to take apart than K baffles but it was a single solid rugged piece you didn’t feel like you were going to break. The Liberty Mystic series was the best of this suppressor type. This was a huge advancement in suppressor technology!

    The latest suppressor technology are these click together baffles like the Silenced Co Octane. They look like some type of M baffles to me. They seem quieter than the monocore and are extremely simple to disassemble no matter how dirty they get. This latest generation of suppressors makes monocore suppressors like the Mystic obsolete.

    So basically to summarize. The Liberty Mystic series is the greatest refinement of Now obsolete technology. It’s a great suppressor and you won’t be disappointed. It is still to this day probably the most versatile suppressor and it’s ruggedness would be difficult to surpass.

    think of it like a revolver. At one time it was the the most advanced firearm design in the world. But now its obsolete technology but still excels in a few areas.

    Dan
     
  4. Dan Forrester

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    Here’s my Mystic on the 77/357. This is my camping / boating / exploring gun.
     

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  5. Stockwes

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    I ended up ordering the Infiniti. It’s like the mystic but with a titanium core to save weight, all the same listed specs tho. The super light design and versatility, plus the fact it was in stock and the dealer is a friend so I got an amazing price. I hope I’m happy with it. It’s my first supressor.

    A friend has a rugged obsidian 9 I have played with. It’s awesome for 9mm and 22lr. That said, He paid almost $300 more, it’s several oz heavier, and won’t do rifle calibers.
     
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