re-cock

re-cock

vb (tr)
(Shooting) to cock (a gun) again
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Determined to harness that wasted energy and use it to reload and re-cock a firearm automatically, he ultimately produced the 1911 pistol, the Auto-5 shotgun, the Colt M1895 belt-fed MG and every major rifle-caliber automatic weapon used by American forces in World War II.
Drop the hammer, remove the rear sight, re-cock the hammer and slide the breech bolt from the receiver.
After the cartridge is fired the bolt carrier moves rearward and begins to re-cock the hammer.
The trigger system is SA, and when firing, the bolt cycles to re-cock the hammer--a very realistic touch.
I don't leave my crossbow cocked over night, and most of the time, if I'm not hunting all day, I uncock it after my morning hunt and re-cock it on my way out in the afternoon.
You wish you could have sent more troops to the known distance range, to the All-Army Championships or the Designated Marksman's Course, but in the routine of pre-deployment, re-cock, and re-set there just wasn't enough time.
Beamhit has developed a method for modifying a Glock pistol so it can be dry-fired repeatedly without drawing back the slide to re-cock. The design, however, needs to be limited to a dedicated dry-fire Glock frame.
This feature earned the gun its nickname the "Knuckleduster." The rear of the striker projects behind the cocking handle, so the operator can visually check if the gun is cocked, or even re-cock the gun manually.
The large, upswept thumb piece at the end of the cocking piece is very distinctive, permitting the trooper to re-cock his Krag without opening the action.
Sauer 38(H) hammer by pressing down on the decocking/cocking lever, pressing it downward once again will re-cock the hammer.