4.3.1 Inspection failure. Failure of an initial production kit to meet any
requirement specified herein during the examination specified in 4.3 shall be
cause for rejection of the initial production mounting kit and shall be cause for
refusal by the Government to continue acceptance of production kits until
evidence has been provided by the contractor that corrective action has been
taken to eliminate the deficiencies. Correction of such deficiencies shall be
accomplished by the contractor at no cost to the Government on mounting kit
components previously accepted and produced under the contract. Any deficiencies
found as a result of the initial production inspection will be considered prima
facie evidence that all kits accepted prior to the completion of initial
production inspection are similarly deficient, unless evidence to the contrary is
furnished by the contractor and such evidence is acceptable to the contracting
4.4 Quality conformance inspection
Sampling for examination shall be in accordance with
4.4.2 Examination. Samples selected in accordance with 4.4.1 shall be
examined for the major and minor defects specified in column three of table I.
Acceptable quality level (AQL) shall be 2.5 percent defective for major defects
and 4.0 percent for minor defects.
4.5 Inspection schedule.
22.214.171.124 Examination conditions. Unless otherwise specified, conformance
examination shall be performed by the contractor at the contractor's location,
and witnessed by Government inspectors.
126.96.36.199 Examination procedures (initial production). One or more initial
production kits, selected at random, shall be examined for conformance to
dimensions specified on the drawings.