Originally Posted by Skladfin
no, it does not have additional wear on the motor. It's the same concept as turning the pinion gear with your hand when it's out of the gun.
And no, it will not strip your piston, the piston is only doing the same motion it did in a reverse. There is no reason why it would put any stress on the piston.
However it is true you should have a reversal latch more than you shouldnt.
You completely missed what I was saying.
If you pull the trigger as the piston is un-winding, the gears will do a revolution, catch the piston in mid-cycle and most likely strip it. Same concept as firing the gun alot while it's jammed.
Edit: Just saw your edit