Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of recock.

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Examples

  • Single action weapons need to be cocked each time a bullet is fired--there is no automatic recocking.

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  • One track dispenses with the drums track altogether and replaces it with gunshots with a leftover beat in the measure devoted to recocking! and works pretty damn amazingly.

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  • One track dispenses with the drums track altogether and replaces it with gunshots with a leftover beat in the measure devoted to recocking! and works pretty damn amazingly.

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  • Ruberik paid no attention, already concentrating on the laborious recocking of his powerful weapon.

    Flint, the King

  • Ruberik paid no attention, already concentrating on the laborious recocking of his powerful weapon.

    Flint the King

  • "I got another, so you just subside a lot," commanded Alfred, recocking his six-shooter.

    Blazed Trail Stories and Stories of the Wild Life

  • "My dear Burne," said the professor, who had taken the fowling-piece and tried the locks, cocking and recocking them over and over again; "the piece seems to me to be in very perfect order."

    Yussuf the Guide The Mountain Bandits; Strange Adventure in Asia Minor

  • "You don't know? very well," said Lindsay, recocking the pistol, and placing the cold muzzle of it against the Arab's yellow nose.

    Black Ivory

  • Alexander Series 80 Hi Grip Safety, problems arose: hammer follow occurred (shown) and recocking during fire sequence failed.

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  • Alexander Series 80 Hi Grip Safety, problems arose: hammer follow occurred (shown) and recocking during fire sequence failed.

    WN.com - Financial News

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