So, question on MOSFETS and precocking. The anti reversal latch keeps the gears from spinning backwards correct? That means if you remove this latch, your gears will spin freely in both directions. And a MOSFET can be programmed to precock right? Where the piston head is pulled backwards, just before the last sector gear disengages, then when you pull the trigger it finishes off the cycle. Does this mean, if you set a MOSFET to precock, and remove the reversal latch, that the gears will then just slowly unwind because there is no reversal latch to stop them? Or is that reasoning incorrect?