Now when you say bolt closed, uncocked.
That means bolt is locked in meaning pulled down so it locks and uncocked meaning that you pulled the trigger?
Basically it is the position where you shoot a round and leave the case in the chamber but in this case there is no round? Am I understanding the position correctly?
If that is correct...
I am not really sure how exactly the bolt works. haha
The only thing i know is that there is a spring inside.
But anyway, when the bolt is locked and uncocked, I noticed that if you look at the back of the bolt, the metal piece is inside the bolt, but when you unlock the bolt, the metal piece goes back to its original spot.
So basically what I am asking is, does the bolt being locked and uncocked have any bad effect on the spring?