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Thread: De-cock Mauser M12 bolt?

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    De-cock Mauser M12 bolt?

    Hi all

    It is simple to de-cock my bolt in the gun, without 'dry-firing' but can it be de-cocked when its been removed?
    I am not keen on having to store it separately from the gun, left cocked for long periods. I was taught to always 'ease springs'
    Any other M12 owners able to advise please?
    Also, I presume, for owners who don't have a second cabinet or ammo locker; they must be storing rifles with bolt in place?
    Not something Im keen on doing.
    Any thoughts on this welcome.

    Hammo

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    theres a utube vid showing how to re-cock ,with a piece of para cord,not sure if it helps,
    DONT START

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    Quote Originally Posted by AN DU RU FOX View Post
    theres a utube vid showing how to re-cock ,with a piece of para cord,not sure if it helps,
    Just wondered about de-cock. Thanks though, I can't find any help elsewhere; so will have to leave bolt in.

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    Doesn't it cock on closing? Then it should be close bolt, decock, remove bolt.

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    Cock on opening.

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