Chris, your only rotating on the bolt, theres no cyclic...
Yes, I know. In my experience the disc maybe moves a bit and I don't come out with my nose pointing straight down. But then you can't really tell what angle the disc is at unless you take a picture from outside the gyro.
But you can tell that you're doing it right when the stick does its semi-circular dance around to full forward.
Forget what I was saying regarding the direction of turn. I was just theorizing that the danger of a cyclic stall maybe a tad less going with the rotation of the rotor simply because the chassis turns left a bit more reluctantly than right (at least with the rotor going ccw when viewed from above and my 912).