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MIL-R-63997B(AR)
4.5.3.2  Component parts and concurrent repair p a r t s  t e s t i n g .
Raw  material  testing,  part  testing,  and c e r t i f i c a t i o n  s h a l l be in
accordance with the criteria specified in the contract (see 6.1).
This  will  include  chemical  analysis  and  physical  tests  of
materials,  and  tests  of  protective  finish,  heat  treatment,  and
function of parts as applicable.
The contractor shall accomplish
these tests prior to assembly of component parts into the end item
and  acceptance  as  concurrent  repair  parts.
4.5.3.3
Packaginq
testing.
4.5.3.3.1
Rifles.
4.5.3.3.1.1  Materials.
The  contractor  shall  have  available
for review by the Government representative a statement of
findings that the packaging materials conform to the applicable
Packaging  Data  Sheets  and  specifications.
4.5.3.3.1.2  Determination  of  cleanliness  testing.
The
contractor shall test items from each inspection lot for
determination  of  cleanliness  using  the  test  method  specified
in
4.7.9.1.
Sampling shall be in accordance with MIL-P-116.
4.5.3.3.2  Repair parts.
Testing of packaging of repair parts
shall  be  performed  in  accordance  with  the  criteria  specified  in
the  contract  (see  6.1).
4.6  Inspection  equipment.
Unless otherwise specified (see
6.1),  responsibilities  for  acquisition,  maintenance  and
disposition  of  measuring  and  testing  equipment  prescribed  on  lists
contained in the Index to Inspection Equipment Lists, IEL 9349000
and for all other inspection equipment required to perform
inspection  prescribed  herein  and  by  other  applicable  specifica-
tions, shall be in accordance with MIL-I-45607.
4.7
Methods
of
Inspection.
4.7.1  Headspace  test.
This test shall be performed during
individual  rifle  testing  in  accordance  with  TABLE  III  using
G o v e r n m e n t  approved  gages.
4.7.1.1 Minimum gage.
The bolt shall be moved rearward to
the open position.
The minimum headspace gage shall be inserted
in the chamber and the bolt shall be returned to the battery
position.
Only finger pressure shall be applied to close the
bolt.
To  be  acceptable  the  bolt  shall  fully  close.
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