prevent performance of the tactical function of a major
6.5 Facilities and Procedures. Test firing facilities and
operating procedures should be designed by the contractor in
conformance with local, state, and federal regulations, They
should be suitable for carrying out prescribed firing tests and
insure the safety of operating and visiting personnel. Copies of
these contractor designs should be forwarded to the contracting
officer. Government facilities may be viewed upon application to
the contracting officer.
6.6 Work programming. When action by a testing agency is
required, work programming will be affected with the testing
agency at the earliest practicable date.
6.7 Supply of ammunition. To avoid delay in test firing,
the contractor should maintain a minimum of 2 months supply of
ammunition as determined by anticipated firing requirements.
6.8 Results of tests. Reports of the results of final
examination and function firing, targeting and accuracy,
endurance, and interchangeability tests shall be specified for
delivery on the DD Form 1423 included in the contract.
6.9 MIL-O-9858 or MIL-I-452087. When warranted, the contract
should specify the application of MIL-Q-9858 or MIL-I-45208, as
appropriate, on the Management Control SUmmarY List, DD Form
6.10 MIL-I-45607 and MIL-STD-45662. Unless otherwise
specified (see 6.2.i) , the contract should specify the
application of MIL-I-45607 and MIL-STD-45662 on the Management
Control Summmy List, DD Form 1660.
6.11 Drawings. Drawings listed in Section 2 of this
specification under the heading US Army Armament Research,
Development, and Engineering Center (ARDEC) may also include
drawings prepared by, and identified as US Army Armament Research
and Development Center (ARDC), US Army Arnanent Research and
Development Command (ARRADCOM), Edgewood Arsenal, Frankford
Arsenal, Rock Island Arsenal, Picatinny Arsenal and Springfield
Armory drawings. Technical data originally prepared by these
activities are now under the cognizance of ARDEC.