Lever Action Timing
During my quest for a lever action rifle that will shoot both .357 and .38, I've run into the comment that some rifles may have to have their timing adjusted. I've seen it mentioned in the context of getting the cartridge off the elevator and ramp into the chamber and/or ejecting an expended case and a live round at the same time.
Does anyone know of a website, video or whatever that explains how to do this? I would like to understand how the different pieces move in response to the lever and how the adjustments are made. Mainly I am interested in the '92 action.