4.5.2 Examination and tests. The quality conformance sample shall be subjected to the examinations
of 4.6 and all the test procedures of 4.7 except for 4.7.7.
4.6 Examination. All cartridges and components shall be examined visually and radiographically and
characteristics defined in accordance with the applicable drawings. One hundred percent examination shall
be performed for all critical defects. Examination for major or minor defects shall be performed on a defect
basis in accordance with the classification of defects. Inspection for elastomeric O-rings shall be in
accordance with MIL-STD-413. Four power (4X) magnification may be used in performing visual
examination for such defects as burrs and foreign matter. When compliance is in doubt as a result of visual
inspection, the characteristic shall be measured or gaged to determine acceptability. All nonconforming items
shall be rejected.
4.6.1 Cartridge, Impulse, M44A1 Assembly, Drawing 8593276.
Method of Inspection
Any part missing
Primer not properly seated
Marking missing, incorrect, or illegible
Concentricity of head with body
Crimp missing or improper
Sealant in cavity
Foreign matter present
Diameter of head, max
Total length, max
Location of datum diameter
Varnish missing or inadequate
4.6.2 Primer, Percussion, Drawing 10551688, covering a detail of 8593276.