Liberty Suppressors adds two new designs to suppressor inventory
Liberty Suppressors expands its silencer options with two new integral suppressed products — the Zulu and Whitetail.
Kicking off the new goods is the Zulu, a centerfire suppressed rifle system created for the AR-15 platform. The Zulu uses an Aero Precision upper receiver and rail paired with a St. Croix bolt carrier group and Odin Works custom profile barrel. The 5.56 system uses Liberty Suppressor systems to introduce a setup that the company says is “light, quiet and durable.”
“We have wanted to build the ultimate integral AR-15 upper in 5.56 for years and finally did it,” Liberty Suppressors said in a news release. “After several thousand rounds of ammo and many months of work we have a system that exceeds all our expectations and brings all this to you in a lightweight package.”
The Zulu features a barrel length of 10.5-inches with an Inconel 718 blast baffle. The system weighs in at just over 3-pounds. The Zulu does fall under the NFA purview so consumers can expect to pay an addition $200 for the tax stamp on top of the system’s MSRP of $1,550. The Zulu ships with a Liberty Defense suppressor heat shield.
In addition to the Zulu, Liberty Suppressors announces another centerfire suppressed rifle system named the Whitetail. The Whitetail was created for hunters and recreational shooters, boasting a suppressor module that measures 14-inches long by 1 3/8-inches in diameter. The rifle system tips scales at 6-pounds, 8-ounces. The 6.5 Creedmoor rifle tops off its design with a Graphite Black Type C Cerakote.
“The Whitetail is designed from the ground up to solve the biggest problem of rifle silencers…cost versus performance,” Liberty Suppressors added. “We evaluated the usage of a hunting rifle/silencer system and found that almost everyone has a list of criteria that they feel is important in a hunting rifle, the first is weight, it has to be lightweight, which the Whitetail is.”
The Whitetail also falls under the NFA and features a price of $999.
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