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Warhead, 2.75 Inch Rocket, Practice XM230, With Or Without Fuze Loading. Assembling and Packing
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Warhead, loaded (see dwg 9221050)



MIL-W-60425 (MU)
or storage, as determined by the Government Inspector, shall not
be deemed to alter the homogeneity of the lot. Inspection lots
shall comply with MIL-STD-1O5 or MIL-STD-1235, and shall be
numbered in accordance with MIL-STD-1168.
Unless otherwise approved by the contracting officer, the
inspection lot size of major assemblies or end items deliverable
under the contract shall be not less than the smallest weekly
estimate of quantities contractually scheduled for production
during the contract period nor more than the largest quantity
contractually scheduled for delivery during any month of the
contract period. Inspection lots for components or sub-assemblies
other than the items of delivery, shall be homogenous and of a
size convenient to the contractor.
4.3.2  Examination. - Sampling plans and procedures for the
following classifications of defects shall be in accordance with
Standard MIL-STD-105 except that inspection for critical defects,
when listed, shall be 100 percent. Continuous sampling plans in
accordance with Standard MIL-STD-1235 may be used if approved by
the procuring activity. Also, at the option of the procuring
activity, AQL's and sampling plans may be applied to the individual
characteristics listed using an AQL of 0.40 percent for each major
defect and an AQL of 0.65 percent for each minor defect. Once
agreement has been reached as to which method will be used (group
or individual) that method will be used for all of the CD's listed
in this specification. Equipment necessary for the performance of
the inspections listed shall be in accordance with 4.3.4.
4.3.2.1
Metal parts assembly (see dwg. 8889406 covering a
detail of dwg. 9221050)
Categories
Defects
Method of
Code No.
Inspection
(See 6.2)
Critical:
None defined.
Major:
AQL 0.40 percent
101.
Interior coating damaged or not
continuous. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Visual
01001
Minor:
AQL 0.65 percent
201.
Foreign matter present in
interior. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Visual
01002
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