• Work with SIG P365 and P365 XL 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: 0.85 oz.
  • Length: 1.128"
  • Width: 0.9"
  • Height: 1.238"
  • Thread: 1/2"-28


  • SIG P365 and P365 XL 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-525 Pistol Compensator
  • 2x 6-32 Set Screws
  • 1x 1/16 Allen Wrench
  • 1x Thread Locker


The SIG P365 and P365XL are excellent pistols for concealed carry, self-defense, or shooting at the range. They are well designed, and the P365 was the first pistol in a long range of high capacity micro 9mm concealed carry pistols. However, one of the problems with most concealed carry pistols like the P365 is that because of their small frame, the recoil impulse can make them a little uncomfortable to shoot.

The Perfect Upgrade for Your Micro Pistol

With a high-quality compensator, like the Faxon EXOS-525 Pistol Compensator, you can significantly decrease the recoil impulse of your SIG P365. The Faxon EXOS-525 Pistol Compensator is made from lightweight 6061 aluminum. It has uniquely angled ports on the sides, and a large port on top, which direct the gasses optimally to decrease perceived recoil and muzzle rise.

Easy to Install

The EXOS-525 Pistol Compensator is designed to have a flush fit with all Faxon barrels. Installing the EXOS-525 Pistol Compensator is very easy. It has two set screws, which can be loosened using the Alen key that comes with the compensator, after which it can be simply threaded onto the barrel. Once installed, you can tighten the set screws, which will keep the compensator from moving even after multiple shots.

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