4.5.36 Data items. The contractor shall submit a quality
inspection test demonstration and evaluation report in accordance
with Data Item Description DI-R-1721 and DI-R-1724 giving the
detailed test results.
4.5.37 Mechanical interrupt test. The armed fuze assemblies
from 4.5.15 shall be checked for charge circuit continuity using
the gage described in Note c of 126.96.36.199. The gage shall indicate
an open circuit between the charge circuit and the umbilical. Any
fuze assembly that fails the requirement shall be classed
4.5.38 Transportation vibration. The fuze shall be subjected
to the Transportation Vibration Test in accordance with
MIL-STD-331, Test 119, Procedure 1. The fuze shall be subjected
to and must pass the continuity test following the Transportation
Vibration Test. If one or more continuity failures occur in the
test sample, the lot shall be rejected.
5.1 Packaging and marking. Level C - Packaging and marking
of fuzes shall be as specified on Dwgs. 8864492, 9260702, and
5.2 Packing and marking. Level C - The packaged fuzes shall
be packed and marked as specified on Dwg. 8886458.
5.3 Ammunition data cards.
Data card information shall be as
specified in MIL-STD-1167.
6.1 Definition of safe to handle. The fuze will be
considered safe to handle if after electronic examination and tear
down the following conditions are met:
a. The rotor shall be in the safe position and secured by the
setback weight such that it cannot be turned to the armed position.
The lock roller pin on the rotor shall not be broken.
c. The setback weight shall be in the fully safe position
(raised to its highest position).
No loose explosive shall be present in the fuze assembly.