Faxon Match Series Barrel for M&P® 2.0 Compact w/ Patented Flame Fluting, 416-R, TiN PVD Finish, Std. Length, Non-Threaded

SKU:
M&PB910NC2LOQ-N-TiN
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UPC:
816341024368
$215.00
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Faxon's Match Series Pistol Barrels for Smith and Wesson/M&P are machined 100% in-house from stress-relieved 416-R stainless steel. These barrels are then given a black Nitride or PVD coating to increase lubricity, barrel life, and resistance to surface wear. All barrels are conventionally rifled to allow a wider range of ammunition to be used, including cast lead. The barrels drop into factory-spec slides with no gunsmithing required. Better-than-factory tolerances ensure a consistent, tighter lockup than OEM.

Why Faxon Pistol Barrels?

  • 4150 or 416-R Stainless - Only the best steels for durability, longevity, and accuracy. 
  • 9mm SAAMI Chambers - Superior accuracy with complete SAAMI compatibility & boring reliability. 
  • Tighter Tolerances - Drop-in, yet better fitment and lock-up. 
  • Conventional Rifling - Fully compatible with cast bullets
  • 11 Degree Target Crown

 Technical Specifications: 

  • Handgun Type: M&P 2.0 Compact 4"
  • Barrel Caliber: 9mm
  • Barrel Profile: Flame Fluted, Drop In
  • Barrel Material: 416-R Stainless Steel
  • Barrel Twist: 1:10
  • Muzzle Thread: N/A
  • Crown: 11-degree Target Crown
  • Rifling Method: Button
  • Rifling Type: Conventional 
  • Inside Finish: Salt Bath Nitride
  • Outside Finish: Salt Bath Nitride
Barrel Material:
416-R Stainless
Barrel Type:
Button Rifled
Handgun Type:
M&P 2.0 Compact 4"
Barrel Caliber:
9mm
Barrel Twist:
1:10
Barrel Profile:
Flame Fluted, Drop In
Rifling Type:
Conventional
Inside Finish:
Salt Bath Nitride
Outside Finish:
Salt Bath Nitride & TiN PVD
Muzzle Thread:
N/A
Crown Type:
Recessed 11-degree Target Crown

Reviews

  • 3
    Not what I expected.

    Posted by Jose R. Carreras on Jul 20th 2018

    First, hallow point bullets from different brands are getting stock in the ramp of the barrel which is really small compared to the stock barrel when racking. Second, the problem of the barrel going down to early after every shot wasn't fixed like in the Apex barrel. I really don't trust it for personal defense.