4.3 First Article Inspection.
4.3.1 First Article Sample.-The sample shall be delivered for inspection
in accordance with the first article approval provisions of the contract
and MIL-A-2550, and shall consist of:
Inspection and nonfiring tests:
Standard test panels (see TT-C-490)
Rotating band blanks
Bodies without rotating bands
Assemblies, uncoated and without interior coating
Projectile, metal parts
4,000 projectile metal parts
The projectile metal parts shall be identified in accordance with
184.108.40.206 Inspection. -After inspection by the contractor and provisional
acceptance by the government activity, the sample will be inspected in
accordance with the provisions of MIL-A-2550. Failure of the sample to
conform to the initial acceptance criterian will result in sample dis-
approval. (see 6.3)
Quality Conformance Inspection.
4.4.1 Submission of Product -The product shall be submitted in accordance
with MIL-STD-105 or MIL-STD-1235, as applicable.
220.127.116.11 Lot.-A lot shall consist of projectile, metal parts produced by
one manufacturer in one unchanged process, in accordance with the same
drawings and drawing revisions, and same specification and specification
18.104.22.168 Lot Identification. -Each projectile, metal parts and each packed
lot shall be identified in accordance with applicable drawings and MIL-STD-1168.
4.4.2 Examination. -One hundred percent examination shall be performed by
the contractor for all critical defects. Examination for major and minor
defects shall be performed as specified herein. Each part and each assembly
found to be defective shall be rejected.
22.214.171.124 Sampling and Acceptance Criteria. -The sampling plans and procedures
shall be in accordance with MIL-STD-105 or MIL-STD-1235. TO determine pro-
duct acceptability, major or minor defects as listed herein may be con-
sidered collectively on a class basis or they may be considered individually.
However, where major defects are considered collectively on a class basis,
the acceptance number for any individual defect of the class shall be limited
by the assigned Acceptable Quality Level (AOL) for individual defect associated
with the class (see 126.96.36.199.c.). In addition, where three or less defects