Liberty Suppressors Centurion


The Liberty Centurion was introduced by Liberty Suppressors SHOT Show 2016 and I immediately requested a test sample. I worked with the Liberty Suppressors Cosmic the first of this year, and you can read that review by following this link.

Though the Centurion has a 9mm bore it is compatible with smaller calibers. Most pistol silencers are compatible with smaller pistol calibers, and the Centurion is also compatible with subsonic and supersonic 300 AAC Blackout.

That adds a great deal of versatility to this silencer and, with silencers being a NFA item requiring the $200 tax stamp and lengthy approval time, buying one can that could serve you on several firearms just makes good sense.



I received the test sample and began to take a hard look at it. Thankfully it is user serviceable with a monocore baffle stack, It is a little shorter than I am used to seeing, which makes it a bit more handy.


Other Liberty boosters and adaptors are compatible with the Centurion, so if you already have end caps from Liberty you are ahead of the game.


The locking ring that holds the monocore baffle in place.


The baffle stack indexes into the outer sleeve.



Monocore stainless baffle stack.


Silencers are undoubtedly cool and can serve as excellent training aids to people who can be report sensitive. With the added muzzle weight it does change the balance of your host handgun but that helps dampen perceived recoil and muzzle flip. Something about the Centurion is, it is bit shorter so it does not disturb the feel of your pistol quite as much as a larger can so that would make it an ideal accessory for home defense. God forbid you hear that famed bump in the night, there is no chance you will be digging around for eye and ear protection, and if you have family that is even more true. Discharging an unsuppressed handgun indoors is zero fun and could lead to hearing damage. Now of course we would sacrifice a bit of our hearing to save a life but it sure would be nice to defend yourself and not even disturb the neighbors. I am a firm believer in silencers on defensive guns, for the sole reason of protecting the hearing of yourself and loved ones if you ever did have to deploy your defensive handgun. With the Centurion being a bit shorter it makes it a natural choice for that defensive firearm. The same goes true for a defensive carbine as well, which many people favor for home and self defense as well as taking a carbine on the road for protection. I ran the Centurion on the CZ-P01 silencer ready, CZ-P09, Barnes Precision Machine Patrolman’s rifle in 300 Blackout, Just Right Carbines 9mm carbine, and Kel-Tec CMR-30. The silencer functioned well on all hosts and around 500 rounds has held up very well.




Caliber: 9X19, 300 BLK, 22LR
Length: 5.3″ Silencer Only / 6.5” (INCLUDING BOOSTER)
Diameter: 1.375”
Material: Titanium tube / Stainless steel core
Weight: 7.9OZ Suppressor Only / 12.5 OZ with booster installed.
Approx. DB Reduction: 24dB dry – 32dB wet (9×19)
Finish: Type “C” Cerakote
Mounting Type: 1/2-28 Booster

This unit comes standard with a 1/2-28 booster assembly installed. All of the Mystic X mounting solutions are compatible as well.


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2 Responses to Liberty Suppressors Centurion

  1. D.Jaffas June 27, 2016 at 8:27 pm #

    Off topic but….My C9 needs to go to the factory. Have a chance at a great deal on a Taurus 38 spcl Ultra Lite. Any thoughts??? Anyone???

  2. Pete August 11, 2018 at 9:42 am #

    Hey Hunter, I picked up a Liberty Centurion and have been testing it out on a CZ75 P-01 Omega UG SR like yours. Was using Speer 147gr and had a baffle strike on the very last part of the core by the end cap. I could hear pieces of jacket material rattling around inside the can when I went to reload. I’m sure the can was tight so I don’t know what might have happened. I was looking at your pictures and the one almost looked like it had taken a small hit there as well.

    Did you notice anything like that on this can. Not sure if this was a T&E can that you no longer have. Just trying to get more info. This is a picture of the hit on my core. Thanks!

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