22.214.171.124 Component parts and concurrent repair parts. Examination
of component parts and concurrent repair parts shall be performed in
accordance with the criteria specified in the contract (see 6.1). The
contractor's examination of these parts shall be accomplished prior to
their assembly into the end item or submission for acceptance as repair
126.96.36.199 Guns. Each gun shall be examined as specified below. Guns
failing to meet the requirements shall be rejected. Each step in the
examination shall include a visual examination for proper cleaning,
marking (identification, proof firing, and magnetic particle inspection),
and presence of the specified protective coating and to determine the
general quality, completeness of manufacture, assembly and workmanship.
The examination provisions should be applied at the earliest practical
point in manufacture at which it is feasible to inspect for acceptance
without risk of change in the characteristics by subsequent operations.
Reinspection of these characteristics on the completed product is not
required provided assurance exists that the characteristic has not been
changed, degraded or damaged by subsequent manufacturing, assembly or
handling and that adequate inspection records are maintained.
188.8.131.52.1 Function of safeties.
Manually examine the manual safety to assure proper
function (see 3.2.23).
Assemble the solenoid to the gun and examine to determine
compliance with 3.2.23 (see 6.1).
184.108.40.206.2 Guide rods and springs.
a. Disassemble guide rods and springs with slide in rear-
most position. Examine locking action in buffer assembly
slots (see 3.2.17).
b. Visually and manually examine to assure secure brazing of
cap and pin to guide rod (see 3.2.17).
c. Visually examine straightnes of guide rod pin.
220.127.116.11.3 Buffer catch. Manually examine buffer catch to determine
compliance with 3.2.7.
18.104.22.168.4 Buffer assembly.
a. Disassemble the buffer assembly from the gun, examining
for ability to be readily disassembled (see 3.2.6).
b. Visually and manually examine for secure brazing of
bushings and riveting of disc to body (see 3.2.6).