The cocking piston is unique in that it's filled with both air and oil. Apparently the body of the piston is filled with oil, and an air pocket is introduced when assembly is completed. So you have a small bubble of air getting compressed by the volume of oil. This allows the piston to work properly without any funky precharging.
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