4.4.3 Testing. Testing is described in the First Article and
Quality Conformance Inspection tables.
4.4.4 Inspection equipment. The inspection equipment required to
perform the examinations and tests prescribed in this specification is
identified, either directly or by reference, in the "Paragraph
Reference/Inspection Method" column of the First Article or Quality
Conformance Inspection tables herein. The contractor shall submit
inspection equipment designs to the Government for approval in accordance
with the terms of the contract. See Section 6 of MIL-A-48078 and 6.3
4.4.5 Function test equipment. The test fixture and procedure for
subjecting the electric battery primer to no-fire and all-fire output
tests, as evidenced by diameter expansion of witness sleeve and indenting
of witness plate shall be that described in 220.127.116.11.
18.104.22.168 Battery primer function fixture. The test fixture and
procedure shall be as specified on Dwg.'s 9275627, 9275629, 9275630,
9275631, 9275632, and 9275633 with the following modifications:
The diameter of the point or indenting diameter of Support
Pin, Dwg. 9275663, shall be changed from ,045" - .003" to
The material for the Witness Sleeve, Dwg. 9275630, shall be
copper-zinc lead alloy rod, alloy 356, temper-half hard, to
meet a hardness equivalent to Rockwell A40-55 when measured
on the outside diameter.
Primer, Dwg. 9275621, is replaced by Primer, Dwg. 9292624.
4.5 Test methods and procedures.
4.5.1 Materials, components and processes. Compliance with all
requirements of Section 3 of this specification shall be ascertained by
current and continuing examination of inspection and test data to
determine that all components (parts, subassemblies, and materials) have
been inspection and tested and found to comply with their respective
drawing and specification requirements, and that all specified
manufacturing processes have been followed.