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MIL-P-45117E
4.3.1.1 Lot. -A lot shall consist of projectiles produced by one manu-
facturer in one unchanged process, in accordance with the same drawings
and drawing revisions, and same specification and specification revision.
4.3.1.2 Lot identification.-Each projectile and each packed projectile
lot shall be identified in accordance with applicable drawings and MlL-
STD-1168, supplemented as directed by the procuring activity.
4.3.2 Examination.- One hundred percent examination shall be performed
by the contractor for all critical defects. Examination for major and
minor defects shall be performed as specified herein.  Each part and
each assembly found to be defective shall be rejected.
4.3.2.1 Sampling and acceptance criteria.-Except as otherwise indicated,
sampling plans and procedures shall be in accordance with MIL-STD-105 or
MIL-STD-1235.  Defect characteristics may be grouped into a class and con-
sidered collectively, or defect characteristics may be considered individ-
ually to determine acceptability.  When acceptability is determined on a
class basis, in addition to the Acceptable Quality Level (AQL) assigned
to the major class, an AQL shall be assigned to individual characteristics
within the major class, limiting the number of defectives containing a
particular major defect to less than the number of defective permitted
for the class.  However, where sampling procedures of MIL-STD-1235 are
used, acceptability shall not be determined on a class basis for major
defects.  In addition, where three or less defects appear in a classifi-
cation, sampling plans applicable to a class shall not be used for major
defects.  (see 6.4)
4.3.2.2 AQL's.-The following AQL's are assigned to major and minor defects:
a. Individual:
b.
Class basis:
c. Individual defects associated with the class basis:
4.3.3 Classification of defects.
The classification of defects shall
be as specified herein.  (see 6.5)

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