Bolt-action rifles are sniper rifles that after every shot you have to pull the bolt back and then push it forward. In Combat Arms, they do it pretty quickly. Semi-automatic sniper rifles do not have to be manually cycled.

These, like all sniper rifles in Combat Arms, lack the real life re-chambering action produced when pulling the bolt back. When the weapon is fired in Combat Arms, the casing is immediately ejected, then the bolt is pulled back. In a real life firing, the used round casing remains in the chamber until the bolt is pulled back, ejecting the used casing and re-chambering a new round.

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