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MIL-R-63997B(AR)
Shipping  instructions  for  first  article  sample  (see
g.
3.1 and 4.4) and pilot pack, if different (see 3.1
and 5.1).
Packaging instructions for repair parts (see 5.3).
h.
Place of final inspection and acceptance (see
i.
4.5.2.1).
Lists of acceptance inspection equipment to be
j.
furnished  the  contractor  (see  4.6)  and
responsibilities  for  other  Government  property  to  be
furnished  the  contractor.
Responsibility for furnishing ammunition (see 4.7.4.
k.
4.7.5,  4.7.6,  4.7.8  and  6.4).
Shipping  instructions  when  an  interplant  interchange-
l.
ability test is required (see 4.7.7.2 and TABLE IV
note 6).
Procedures and methods for demilitarizing and dis-
m.
posing  of  rejected  material.
Disposition  of  Government  furnished  property.
n.
Responsibility  for  test  firing  facilities  and
o
operating  procedures.
6.2 Test  firing  facilities. Test  firing  facilities  and
operating procedures shall be designed by the contractor in
conformance with local, state, and Federal regulations and
suitable  for  Carrying  Out  prescribed  firing  tests  with  safety  of
Copies  of  these  contractor
operating  and  visting  personnel.
designs  shall  be  forwarded  to  the  contracting  officer.  Government
facilities  may  be  viewed  upon  application  to  the  contracting
officer.
When action by a testing agency is
6.3 Testinq agency.
required,  work  programming  will  be  affected  with  the  testing
agency at the earliest practical date.
6.4 Ammunition  for  test  firing. To avoid delay in test
firing, the contractor should maintain a minimum of two month's
supply of ammunition as determined by anticipated firing
requirements.
6.5
Definitions.
6.5.1
Malfunctions.
Failure  of  bolt  to  lock. Failure  of  bolt  to  fully
a.
close  and  rotate  to  the  locked  position  in  the
barrel  extension.
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