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The X is here...

Post by Liberty Suppress » Fri Sep 12, 2014 2:55 pm

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Post by m1garand30064 » Fri Sep 12, 2014 4:52 pm

A little more info would be nice.
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Post by Conqueror » Fri Sep 12, 2014 6:44 pm

Why would anyone use a can capable of .300BLK rifle use on a .22 pistol?
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Post by Historian » Fri Sep 12, 2014 6:55 pm

Conqueror wrote:Why would anyone use a can capable of .300BLK rifle use on a .22 pistol?

Excellent question. Is the tested Db rating demonstrably less than say a Sparrow
due to extra internal volume and/or baffle configuration?

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Post by paper9 » Fri Sep 12, 2014 7:17 pm

Will this be at the open house? What is the date for September?

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Post by Fireman1291 » Mon Sep 15, 2014 6:55 am

Conqueror wrote:Why would anyone use a can capable of .300BLK rifle use on a .22 pistol?
Because most newbs don't have 20 cans like you and I. That and it's the perfect starter can to get a newb rollin :wink:
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Post by rimshaker » Mon Sep 15, 2014 10:51 am

Mystic X. From what i see it's just a refined old Mystic. Same caliber specs. Just a few design tweaks.

Should've been a new 45acp Mystic. That's a true ultimate first-timer can. Might give up a little sound performance with a bigger bore opening, but the versatility to add two more mainstream calibers (40 and 45) would've been worth it imo.

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Post by Tater_ga » Mon Sep 15, 2014 11:38 am

More info is on the way! We'll have some videos and images out that you can all check out here in this thread soon.

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Length : 8”
Diameter : 1.375”
Weight : 10.5 oz.
Core – Stainless steel
Tube – Titanium
Tube Retaining Ring – Alloy steel
Finish: Type C High Temp Cerakote™ In Graphite Black
Mounting via: Thread mount specific to each platform.
Aprox. Sound Reduction: 33 to 38dB across several platforms.
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Post by Liberty Suppress » Mon Sep 15, 2014 12:01 pm

Mystic X

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Post by Jt.kline19 » Mon Sep 15, 2014 12:02 pm

Liberty Suppress wrote:Mystic X

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Can the old mystic be upgraded to the mystic X?
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Post by Fireman1291 » Tue Sep 16, 2014 10:15 am

rimshaker wrote:Mystic X. From what i see it's just a refined old Mystic. Same caliber specs. Just a few design tweaks.

Should've been a new 45acp Mystic. That's a true ultimate first-timer can. Might give up a little sound performance with a bigger bore opening, but the versatility to add two more mainstream calibers (40 and 45) would've been worth it imo.
The X can handle supersonic 300BLK.

I'm sure we'll get a new 45 can from Liberty down the road.

The are also working on a retrofit program for existing Mystic owners. This will have to wait till sales settle on the X so they have time to meet the upgrade demand.
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Post by Conqueror » Tue Sep 16, 2014 4:10 pm

Fireman1291 wrote:
Conqueror wrote:Why would anyone use a can capable of .300BLK rifle use on a .22 pistol?
Because most newbs don't have 20 cans like you and I. That and it's the perfect starter can to get a newb rollin :wink:
That's fair. In the video it looks massive and heavy on the Ruger though. And let's be honest, this is a disease, no one ever buys just one. :)
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Post by strobro32 » Tue Sep 16, 2014 4:30 pm

Conqueror wrote:And let's be honest, this is a disease, no one ever buys just one. :)
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Post by dtom29 » Wed Sep 17, 2014 9:22 pm

The only thing I see different from my Mystic is the baffle reinforcement. Or am I missing something?

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Post by Liberty Suppress » Fri Sep 19, 2014 1:33 pm

dtom29 wrote:The only thing I see different from my Mystic is the baffle reinforcement. Or am I missing something?
The Mystic X has a redesigned monolithic core with enhanced I-beams to allow for additional rigidity and stability. The increased I-Beam supports reconfigured baffles which reduced the overall weight by nearly 2 ounces. The tube Retaining Ring and has been streamlined by reducing the overall OD. The End-Cap has been reformatted with our WaveLoc design eliminating the tube pin but still inhibiting tube roll. All that and it is rated for over 50 calibers. How many do you want/need?

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Post by twodollarbill » Fri Sep 19, 2014 2:52 pm

Liberty Suppress wrote:
The Mystic X has a redesigned monolithic core with enhanced I-beams to allow for additional rigidity and stability. The increased I-Beam supports reconfigured baffles which reduced the overall weight by nearly 2 ounces. The tube Retaining Ring and has been streamlined by reducing the overall OD. The End-Cap has been reformatted with our WaveLoc design eliminating the tube pin but still inhibiting tube roll. All that and it is rated for over 50 calibers. How many do you want/need?

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