• Work with M&P 1.0 Full-Size 4.25”, M&P 2.0 Compact 4” and Full-Size 4.25” pistols
  • Make from lightweight 6061 aluminum
  • Uniquely angled front port single chamber design improve consistency
  • Reduce muzzle climb and recoil
  • Fit flush with the slide and has been optimized for Faxon branded barrels

*Compensators can affect the timing of your pistol and may require adjustments in lubrication, ammunition, recoil spring, and other areas.


  • Caliber: 9mm
  • Material: 6061 Aluminum
  • Finish: Anodized
  • Weight: 0.92 oz.
  • Length: 1.127"
  • Width: 0.904"
  • Height: 1.299"
  • Thread: 1/2"-28


  • M&P 1.0 Full-Size 4.25”, M&P 2.0 Compact 4” and Full-Size 4.25” pistols

*The barrel should protrude .600” or less for a flush fit.

*Fitment with pistols or generations other than stated above cannot be guaranteed.


  • 1x Faxon EXOS-514 Pistol Compensator
  • 2x 6-32 Set Screws
  • 1x 1/16 Allen Wrench
  • 1x Thread Locker


Are you struggling to get consistency in your shot group? How about your target re-acquisition? Are you still taking forever between shots? Maybe it isn’t a problem at all, but rather a new M&P build you’re in the middle of? Regardless of what is going on, you need the Faxon EXOS-514 for your M&P.

Why You And Your M&P Want This Compensator

Compensators bring control back to the muzzle of your weapon. When the gas blows out of the barrel, it presses that muzzle back down when it tries to ride the recoil up. The EXOS-514 accomplishes all this with a lightweight, high-grade aluminum frame. This compensator is tough, functional, and brings a stylish look to the nose of your M&P.

The Faxon EXOS-514 Will Change Your Shooting Experience Forever

This compensator will give you far more control over your shot group. Without this device, the muzzle is going to travel on you. This will make your shot inconsistent, and it will force you to take longer to get that target back under your sights. EXOS-514 will fix all of that. It allows you to use the gasses from the shot to control that muzzle, and give you the chance to shoot without battling the recoil. That makes for a smoother, more consistent shot.

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