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The 707 hammer and bolt are not connected or simultaneously moved at the same time. In stead the bolt and hammer had to be cocked separately. The bolt is moved back from the right side of the gun wile tilting the gun forward and to the right to load a ball. The hammer is cocked by pulling a button/plunger on the lower tube back cap. The hammer has 3 positions 1 to have the hammer off of the valve to keep it from leaking and 2 firing positions so you could have low or high velocity. The further it was pulled back the higher the velocity would be.
The white part between the barrel and the lower tube is made out of plastic and is very common to crack from the inside out.

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