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MIL-R-85895 (AS)
Test stores. The stores, as referenced herein by weight,
d.
shall conform to the following parameters. The store suspension lugs
shall be in accordance with MS3314 and Drawing 1380540.
(l). The 500 pound store shall utilize applicable suspension
lugs, spaced 14 inches apart. Its diameter and center of gravity shall
be based on the MK82 L.D.G.P. bomb.
(2).  The  1,m000  pound  store  shall  utilized  applicable
suspension lugs, spaced 14 inches apart. Its diameter and center of
gravity shall be based on the MK83 L.D.G.P. bomb.
(3).  The  2,000  pound  store  shall  utilize  applicable
suspension lugs, spaced 30 inches apart. Its diameter and center of
gravity shall be based on the MK84 L.D.G.P. bomb.
(4).  The  2,600  pound  store  shall  utilize  applicable
suspension lugs, spaced 30 inches apart. Its swaybrace contact points
and center  of gravity shall be based on a BRU-33/A loaded with two MK83
L.D.G.P. bombs.
Input power requirements. The bomb rack shall perform
e.
satisfactorily under  all applicable  conditions specified herein from a
28 VDC rated voltage power source with characteristics  and limits as
defined in MIL-STD-704 except  that the bomb rack shall operate over a
range of 20 to 30 VDC measured at the bomb rack's input connectors(s).
4.6
Inspection
Each  bomb  rack  shall be inspected to
4.6.1  Bomb rack inspection.
ensure  that  it  has  been properly assembled, adjusted,  electrical
connections are secure, in accordance with appropriate drawings, and
that the workmanship is as specified herein (see 3.8).
Qualification by analysis, inspection and demonstration. All
4.6.1.1
requirements  forthe  bomb  rack  not  qualified  by  testing  shall  be
qualified by analysis,  inspection  or demonstration acceptable to the
procuring activity.
4.6.1.2 Packaginq inspection. The packaging for each bomb rack shall
be examined to ensure that the preparation for delivbery conforms to this
specification (see section 5).
4.6.2 Functional test.  Each bomb rack mounted in a horizontal position
shall pass the following tests:
Place  the  safety  selector handle in the unlocked position.
a.
Close all the hooks, and then place the safety selector handle in the
Verify that the indicator on the bomb rack side shows
locked position.
"locked" and that the two cam position indicators are aligned in the
latched position. Apply a 380 20 inch-pound torque to the manual
release bolt.  The release mechanism shall not actuate.
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