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MIL-R-63997B(AR)
Malfunctions  and  unserviceable Parts
TABLE I.
permitted in 6,000 rounds.
R i f l e s7
R i f l e7
Four
Single
Malfunctions1
4
2
F a i l u r e  o f  b o l t  t o  l o c k2
4
2
Failure  to  fire
9
4
Failure  to  feed  (from  magazine)
4
2
Failure  to  eject
7
3
Failure to chamber
2
1
Failure  to  extract
8
3
Bolts  fails/hold  rear
0
0
All  other  malfunctions
22
9
- Above
malfunctions
combined
Total
F o u r  R i f l e s6
Minimum Lifes
P a r t sl
Unserviceable
Combined
Rounds
2
3,000
Ejector  spring
1
2,000
*
Extractor  spring
1
3,000
Other parts (see note 3)
Total unserviceable parts - above
3
unserviceable  parts  combined
1
All  malfunctions  and  unserviceable  parts  occurring  during
the  test  shall  be  recorded  and  properly  identified  regardless  of
Malfunctions  that  are
whether they are chargeable to the rifle.
traceable  to  components  determined  unserviceable  after  meeting
minimum life round requirements may be replaced and charged
a g a i n s t  t h e  r i f l e .  When Government representatives have verified
that  previously  recorded  malfunctions are  attributable  to  the
unserviceable  part,  they  shall  not  be  counted  against  the  rifle
provided they occurred within the previous 200 rounds of firing.
Malfunctions determined not to be chargeable to the rifle as a
result  of  failure  analysis  shall  be  verified  by  the  Government
r e p r e s e n t a t i v e  w i t n e s s i n g the test and shall not be counted (see
6.5).
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