*Compensators can affect the timing of your pistol and may require adjustments in lubrication, ammunition, recoil spring, and other areas.
*The barrel should protrude .600” or less for a flush fit.
*Fitment with pistols or generations other than stated above cannot be guaranteed.
Is your shot group important to you? How about target re-acquisition? Are you working on a new Glock or FX-19 build? If any of these or a myriad of other things applies to you, you need Faxon EXOS-513. It is durable, it is stylish, and it is effective. The EXOS-513 is the compensator for you, and it comes from the brand you know and trust.
This compensator can give you back control over your muzzle and bring back consistency to your shot. It all comes down to the gasses coming out of the end of the barrel. The EXOS-513 lets you use those gases to your advantage, pressing that muzzle back down to fight the recoil for you. On top of that, the part is made from high-quality aluminum, so you know it is durable but lightweight.
Shooting with a compensator is like learning to properly use a clutch in a standard shift automobile. Once you have it, everything is smoother. Your shot will be smoother. Your shot group will be tighter. Your target acquisition and the transition will be more fluid. Your shooting experience will be far less frustrating. That is what the EXOS-513 can give you: consistency and smoothness in your shot.