22.214.171.124 Parts and packaging. The formation, size and presentation
of inspection lots and packaging shall be in accordance with
MIL-STD-105. Inspection lots shall be as large as practicable, in con-
sideration of quality history, manufacturing conditions and contractor's
delivery schedule and within the limitations of MIL-W-13855.
126.96.36.199 Component parts and concurrent repair parts. Examination
of parts shall be performed as specified herein and in accordance with
the criteria specified in the contract (see 6.1). The contractor's
examination of parts shall be accomplished prior to their assembly into
the end item or submission for acceptance as repair parts.
188.8.131.52 Launcher. Visually and manually examine each launcher to
determine conformance with the material, construction and design require-
ments of 3.2 and Table I. Each step in the examination shall include a
visual examination for proper cleaning and presence of the specified pro-
tective coating and to determine the general quality, completeness of
manufacture, assembly, clarity and legibility of markings and workmanship~
The examination provisions shall be applied at the earliest practical
point in manufacture at which it is feasible to inspect for acceptance
without risk of change in the characteristic by subsequent operations.
Reinspections 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. Launchers
failing to meet the requirements shall be rejected.
Part of Assembly
Trigger Sear and Secondary Sear
Front sling swivel assembly
184.108.40.206.1 Each launcher and handguard assembly shall be examined
independently, using mounting fixture F11838000 representing mounting
of a launcher and handguard assembly on the M16 or M16A1 rifle.