Video: Liberty Victory Magnum Suppressor Review

If a .300 Win. Mag. is your rifle of choice, then check out the Liberty Victory Magnum suppressor built just for the long-rang deer hunter or paper puncher.

Video: Liberty Victory Magnum Suppressor Review

Ask any long-range shooter or big-game hunter who operates in the magnum end of the .30-caliber spectrum, and they’ll tell you there’s nothing better for accuracy and knock-down power. The various mag and short-mag calibers are also well-known for delivering concussive muzzle blast and shoulder-flinching recoil. Making them the ideal candidate for a suppressor. Not only would a silencer make shooting more enjoyable, but it would probably improve accuracy, too.

Cartridges such as the .300 Win. Mag., .300 Weatherby Mag., 7mm WSM. and others, also create big pressure spikes and large volumes of hot gas that need to be cooled in a silencer. The Liberty Victory Magnum suppressor was designed and built to handle just those conditions.

The first thing that you’ll notice about the Liberty Victory Mag is that it is a big suppressor. At 11 inches long and 1½ inches in diameter, it has room to absorb a large-volume blast of scorching hot gas. The can also reduces muzzle blast by 33 to 34 dB. Best of all, the total weight is only around 18½ ounces.


To handle the extreme pressure blasts from magnum rounds, the Victory Mag was built stronger than a rock. The blast baffles and end cap are cut from one solid piece of grade 5 heat-treated titanium alloy. The primary blast baffle is made from stainless steel and is factory replaceable to extend the life of the suppressor.

I tested the Liberty Victory Mag Suppressor on a Ruger American Rifle Predator chambered in .308 Win. with an 18-inch barrel and 5/8x24 thread. The Victory Mag dialed down the noise level of the Ruger rifle tremendously. However, the area where I might have noticed the biggest improvement, was in smoothing out the recoil. The large suppressor turned what was a quick pop to the shoulder into an elongated, smooth push. The difference was highly noticeable and I can only image how it would improve recoil on a .300 Win. Mag. Watch the video below to see the recoil difference and to hear the unsuppressed and suppressed shot difference.

The bottom line, this suppressor is built for magnum .30-caliber rounds and smaller. It’s a big suppressor that is up to the task of taming the noise and blast of a magnum round with each pull of the trigger. If you’re looking for a suppressor to tame your .30-caliber beast then check out the Liberty Victory Magnum. The suppressor sells for around $1,395. Check out other magnum suppressors at


  • 5/8”x24 direct thread
  • 11 inches long
  • 1½ inches in diameter
  • 18½ ounces
  • Titanium with Inconel blast baffle construction
  • C-Series Cerakote
  • 34 dB reduction
  • Caliber rated for .300 Rem. Ultra Mag., .30-378 Weatherby Magnum, .300 Weatherby Magnum, .300 Win. Mag. and smaller centerfire .30 caliber rounds.


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