SIG SAUER P290 Muzzle Flip. Or Lack Thereof

TTAG’s in-house one-liner machine—Ralph—has reviewed the SIG SAUER P290. Less good news: I didn’t get outside with the gun and my Nikon until I’d lost the sun (as we artsy fartsy photography types are wont to say). Prose as biting as Ralph’s requires snaps of equal caliber. Meanwhile, I had a pleasant afternoon’s shooting with TTAG commentator Patrick Brown at AFS, wherein we both marveled at the SIG P290’s accuracy, and a reset point that seemed at least two states over. Muzzle flip? Hand sting? Nope. But then Ralph’s the guy to give you the 411 on SIG’s pocket 9mm. So . . . stand by.