serviceability. If a barrel is declared
unserviceable, the rounds fired on the barrel shall be recorded
and the barrel replaced with a new barrel. When a barrel is
suspected of being unserviceable during Cycles a check of 10
projectile velocities and yaw shall be made.
replacement. After measurement of accuracy,
projectile velocity, cyclic rate and yaw, all subsequent firing
is per schedule No. 1 and No. 2 until the initial 200-round
complement on the assigned barrel is complete. The assigned
barrel is then replaced with the spare barrel and the above
Final test measurements. During the final 30 rounds of
the last 200-round complement, for each barrel ineach 10,000-
round gun cycle; cyclic rate, accuracy, velocity, and yaw
measurements shall be recorded. The initial 20 rounds of the
last 30 rounds of the complement are fired in one burst and the
cyclic rate recorded.The remaining 10 rounds are fired in one
10-round burst and accuracy, projectile velocity and yaw
4.5.10 Packaging test. The level A sample unit packages
shall be tested in accordance with the requirements of MIL-P-116.
5.1 Pilot pack. A pilot pack consisting of a complete
packed unit, shall be packaged and packed in accordance with the
Packaging Data Sheet 11699750 to the level of protection
specified in the contract (see 6.2) . The unit pack as specified
in 3.1 shall be packed level C and forwarded with the results of
all examinations and tests (see 4.3) .
5.2 Preservation, packaging Packing and marking. Machine
guns with equipment shall be preserved, unit packaged, packed,
and marked in accordance with the requirements of packing Data
5.3 Repair Parts. Repair parts shall be prepared for
delivery in accordance with the applicable packaging data sheets
as specified in the contract (see 6.2) .