4.4.8 Proving ground.-These tests shall be conducted
at a Government proving ground in accordance with the applicable
Acceptance Test Procedure. The projectile assembly shall be
assembled with accepted fuzes, fin assemblies, ignition cartridges,
primers and propellant increments, and fired from a 60MM mortar
for which the round is standard. One half of the sample
cartridges shall be fired with an ignition cartridge and two
propellant increments (charge zone two) and one half of the
sample cartridges shall be fired with an ignition cartridge
and four propellant increments (charge zone four) and in accor-
dance with the elevation specified in Table II. Observation
shall be made for compliance with the requirements specified
for security of parts and "effective illumination" (See 126.96.36.199).
In addition, muzzle velocity height of burst and time of fuze
functioning shall be recorded for information only for each round
tested. Any malfunction occurring during the test shall be
reported in the official firing record.
Mortar Elevation (degrees)
4.4.9 Push test of shear pins.-An axial load of 42 2 pounds
shall be applied to the top of each shear pin using equipment in
accordance with 4.3.4.
PREPARATION FOR DELIVERY
5.1 Preservation and packaging
5.1.1 Level C.-The projectile loading assembly shall be
packed In accordance with the Code of Federal Regulations 49 CFR
1-199 in a manner that will afford adequate protection against
corrosion, deterioration and damage from the supply source to
the first receiving activity.
5.2 Marking.-Each shipping container shall be marked in
accordance with dwg. 8796522 for interplant shipment. The FSC
number and DOD identification codes are not applicable.
6.1 Ordering data.-Procurement documents shall specify