You need to adjust the length of the cocking rod. Depending on what type of cocking rod you have, there is probably a small grub screw that locks the cocking rod knob to the rod itself. Loosen the grub screw, turn the knob anti-clockwise, and then tighten up the grub screw again. Keep repeating this adjustment a little at a time until the bolt just lines up with the back of the feed neck.
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