There is a chance. But sometimes it doesn't matter if there is a juice or not, the correct way to do it is as follows:
Look at this picture (I know it is not the same as ur gun, but they are all similar):
The silver looking thing at the top of the trigger frame is the solenoid. You will notice when you pull the trigger, when the gun is powered on (not gassed up) it moves.
When the solenoid moves, the small - pin looking piston at the front of the solenoid- moves forward into a brown "L" shaped piece of metal (the sear).
What you have to do, is with your finger, push the sear forward (similarly to how the solenoid does when you pull the trigger)
While holding the sear forward, slight your bolt & hammer assembly in.
Should be good to go.
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