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2.3 Order of precedence. In the event of a conflict between
the text of this specification and the references cited herein
(except for associated detail specifications, specification sheets
or MS standards), the text of this specification shall take
precedence. Nothing in this specification, however, shall supersede
applicable laws and regulations unless a specific exemption has been
3.1 Material. Material shall be in accordance with the
applicable drawings, specifications and standards.
3.2 Components and assemblies. The components and assemblies
shall comply with all requirements specified on Drawing (Dwg )
9330381 and all associated drawings and with all requirements
specified in applicable specifications and standards.
3.3 Safe condition and circuit continuity verification.
3.3.1 S&A assembly. The S&A Assembly (Dwg. 9328692) shall be
in the full safe condition as evidenced by presence and proper
position of the following safety features/components:
b. Borerider ball lock.
d. Slider release pin and slider release shear pin.
e. Slider assembly.
f. Detonators and piston actuator shall be shorted to
There shall be no damage to the two (2) mild detonating fuzes
(MDF) or to the flex cable. Damaged MDF is described as any crack
in the lead sheathing or necking down (reduction in diameter) below
75% of the original diameter anywhere along the length of the MDF.
Also, the end caps shall not be damaged, crushed or loose.
3.3.2 Electronics. Prior to and after assembly of S&A to
Electronic-MCD, verification checks, as specified in Table II, shall
be made of the inactivated battery voltage, integrity of shorting
bars and continuity/resistance.
3.4 Soldering. Soldering of the S&A flexprint to the
electronic assembly terminals shall be performed in a thorough,
workmanlike manner in accordance with MIL-S-45743.