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    Posted: August-03-2017 at 11:51am
Dan, you did a great job with the pictures and the description of how the reverse cocker
works. I'm sure all the forum members appreciate your post.

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Ejwells.
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Hello ever body I have a 2202 model daisy bolt action 22 lr and I need a rotary magazine for it. Any info would be great. Thanks
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Dan Neidinger Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: June-22-2017 at 5:40am
I would have to think yes if, that model had reverse cockers made in production.
As the 11-29 did. But no as for 1938 RR or such. 
Its all about lever hole angle and lever nose design.
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Great explanation and pictures but I'll have to take one apart in order to understand how it works. To prove that I don't understand, I'll ask the following question: Can you make any gun a reverse cocker by removing the anchor and adding that little cast iron piece?
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I appreciate that as well, Dan- thanks!
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Thanks Dan, makes all the sense in the world once you see it. Quite the setup. Makes you wonder how LeFevers mind operated. Maybe he had something against retainers/anchors for a short spell ! LOL.
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Lever is the same for both style guns.  Dan
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Excellent description Dan, it was driving me nuts as well. Can we get a pic of the lever end ?
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Let me with limited knowledge try to explain.
On a regular gun (1894-25-99 etc) the rear of the spring is held with the spring anchor.
On the opening stroke of the lever, the plunger housing is pushed back with tension to the sear on the trigger.  On a reverse cocker there is no spring anchor and on the opening stroke everything moves back to the sear.  Then upon closing the nose of the lever pushes the rear of the spring and compresses it forward.  It is held in place by the nose of the lever acting as the anchor.  Hope that makes it a little clearer.  Dan
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