4.5.3 Samples and Inspection Criteria.
22.214.171.124 Critical Defect Inspection. Five percent of each production lot
(lot size and sampling procedure to be established by the procuring con-
tracting officer) shall be inspected for critical defects. If one test
sample fails to pass one or more of the tests, the lot shall be rejected.
126.96.36.199 Major Defect Inspection. The sampling plan for major defect
inspection shall be in accordance with MIL-STD-105D, Table II-B. Ac-
ceptable quality level shall be 4.0.
4.5.4 Correction Procedures.
188.8.131.52 Critical Defect Rejections. When a production lot has been re-
jected for failure to pass the critical defect inspection, no item still
on hand or later produced shall be accepted until the extent and cause of
failure are determined. After corrections have been made to all affected
items, testing shall resume, including test/retest of all corrected items.
184.108.40.206 Major Defect Rejections. When a production lot has been rejected
for failure to pass the major defect inspection, individual tests may be
continued pending the investigation of the cause for rejection. However,
final acceptance of items on hand or later produced shall not be made until
it is determined that reworked items, individually, meet all requirements
of this specification and production controls have been adjusted to correct
the cause(s) for rejection.
4.5.5 Test Data Reporting. Quality conformance inspection and test data
shall be provided in accordance with instructions in the procurement docu-
4.6 Inspection Procedure.
4.6.1 Examination. The grips shall be examined for the following defects:
Holes in castings.
2. Improper functioning of switches (3.6.1), including oper-
ation with the gloved hand.
Component parts missing or not as specified (3.3.1, 3.3.4,
Dimensions not as specified (3.3.2, 3.3.7).
Mounting not as specified (3.3.2. 3.3.7).