4.4.3 Testing. Testing is described in the first article
table and quality conformance inspection tables.
4.4.4 Inspection equipment. The inspection equipment
required to perform the examinations and test prescribed herein is
described in the "Paragraph Reference/Inspection Method" column
starting with paragraph 22.214.171.124. The contractor shall submit for
approval inspection equipment designs in accordance with the terms
of the contract. See Section 6.2 of MIL-A-48078 and 6.3 herein.
4.5 Test methods and procedures.
PRECAUTION - This specification covers sampling and testing of
explosive materials which are potentially hazardous to personnel.
Accordingly, it is emphasized that all applicable safety rules,
regulations and procedures must be followed in handling and
processing these materials.
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 inspected and tested and
found to comply with their respective drawing and specification
requirements, and that all specified manufacturing processes have
126.96.36.199 Visual and mechanical inspections. The visual,
manual and mechanical inspections and tests shall verify
compliance with the requirements of Section 3 and 5 of this
specification in accordance with 4.4.2 herein and Table 1.
188.8.131.52 Sensivitity and output. The sample spitback lead
assemblies shall be randomly selected from each lot. The lead
shall be assembled in accordance with drawing 11834340. A weight
of 0.25 ounce plus or minus 0.01 ounce shall be dropped on the
firing pin, to function the detonator, from a height of five (5)
inches minimum. A lead that fails to fire or fires but fails to
produce a dent in the steel witness block of the required depth
shall be classed defect if the detonator confinement sleeve
expansion is 0.330 inch diameter or greater. If the confinement
sleeve expansion is less than 0.330 inch diameter, the lead shall
not be classed defective, but the detonator classed defective and
the result of a no-test. The indentation depth shall be measured
using a probe with a 0.017 inch plus or minus 0.002 inch spherical