Form Factor - The envelope dimensions of the magazine shall not exceed 20
inches long by 9 inches wide by 33 inches high.
Rounds - The equipment shall operate with the following rounds which shall not
be supplied as part of the equipment.
2.920 ± 0. 025D by 18.50 ± 0. 045L
MK 7 Mod 2 Marine Marker
2.970 ± 0.010D by 18.45 ± 0.098L
MK 25 Mod O Marine Marker
4. QUALITY ASSURANCE PROVISIONS
General - The inspection and testing of equipment covered by this specification
shall be performed in accordance with the quality assurance provisions of Specification MIL-L-22769,
unless otherwise specified herein.
Design Approval Tests do not apply.
P-reproduction Tests - Preproduction tests are required only when procurement
is made from a source which has not previously furnished equipment in accordance with this specifi-
cation. Preproduction tests shall consist of:
(1) Unasterisked tests listed in Table II of Specification MIL-L-22769.
(2) Interference tests in accordance with Specification MIL-I-6181.
(3) Proof and burst pressure tests in accordance with Specification
(4) Acceleration testing in accordance with Specification MIL-E-5272,
Procedure X, so that the magnitude and direction of the resultant
loads derived in accordance with Specification MIL-A-8591 are
applied to the equipment.
5. PREPARATION FOR DELIVERY
General - All major units and parts of the equipment shall be preserved,
packaged, packed and marked for the level of shipment specified in the contract or order in accord-
ance with Specification MIL-P-7936.
Test Values - Normal and limiting values of performance data shall be deter-
mined at input voltages of 27.5 ± O.5 V DC and 115 ± 1.0 V AC, and pneumatic pressures of 3000
± 50 PSIG. These data are to be used in testing the equipment at installations points for compliance
th minimum acceptable standard of performance.
Precedence of Documents - When the requirements of the contract, this specifi-
cation, or applicable subsidiary specifications are in conflict, the following precedence shall apply
(1) Contract - The contract shall have precedence over any specification.
(2) This specification - This specification shall have precedence over all
applicable subsidiary specifications. Any deviation from this specifi-
cation, Or from subsidiary specification where applicable, shall be
specifically approved in writing by the procuring activity.