Chris, I might have to think about this one. In general, though, I'd have to say that while the FEG is a bit more loosely fitted than the Browning Mark III, its functioning is quite smooth. Imagine if you will the difference between breaking a dry twig (Browning) and one which still carries some moisture (Hungarian). That's the difference in cycling the slides on the two guns. The finish on mine is also much better than what I've seen in the past, certainly better than the FEG I got rid of several years ago.