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Given that the L-E is a cock-on-closing action, there should be no need to have to de-cock them - if you hold the trigger fully rearward as you close the bolt, the sear does not catch the cocking piece, and so the rifle never gets cocked in the first place. This is quite different to dry firing after closing and cocking the bolt.
 
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