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AREA 16 SMALL ARMS REPAIR PARTS CHECKLIST CSMS/MATES/UTES/OMS/SMM FY 2004


I. Regulatory Requirements.

1. Are sensitive weapons repair parts properly secured to prevent theft or loss? (AR 190-51, para 3-11) 2. Are sensitive weapons repair parts inventoried quarterly? (AR 710-2, para 4.34 d. (1) 3. Are there any sensitive weapons parts that are on bench stock? (AR 710-2, para 3-17c1) 4. Is causative research accomplished for all inventory adjustments of sensitive weapons repair parts? (AR 710-2, para 3-29, o, DA PAM 710-2-2, para 9-13) 5. Are inventories for small arm repair parts accurate in location and quantity? 100% accuracy is goal. (AR 710-1, para 7.2) 6. Are small arm repair parts demand supported? para 3.16) a. Does the RO ROP match the usage? (AR 710-2,

b. Is the stockage level appropriate for sound Velocity Management practices? c. What is the amount of lines of small arms repair parts being maintained? Recommend the lowest amount of lines possible. 7. Is the unit authorized to perform the level of work indicated by the parts on hand/on order? (Appropriate TM) 8. Is an adequate audit trail in place to provide accountability for all weapons parts requiring demilitarization (demil)? (AR 190-51, para 3-11) 9. What are the procedures for armament personnel to obtain repair parts? (AR 710-2, para 3.16 k) a. Do armament personnel have access to parts ordering systems? b. Are security procedures in place that insure that parts ordered are installed?
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c. Are controls in place to limit unauthorized ordering of repair parts? d. Are sensitive weapons repair parts under the control of the supply technician until issue?

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Is DoD 4160.21-M on hand?

(AR 710-2 para 1-16)

Are small arms repair parts demilled, not required for turn

II. 1.

SARP SOP and Recommended Demilitarization Process. Does the shop have a SARP SOP? DA PAM 750-1 para 2.5

a. Does the SOP cover all aspects of the SARP process to include the following? Discuss processes found in DoD 4160.21M-1, para 1-16. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) Parts storage? Security of parts? Ordering of parts? When/who/how/security measures.

Accountability of parts ordered? Matching of ordered parts to the demil certificate? Separation of duties. Internal auditing processes.

(8) The small arms inspector has two boxes in the vault. In one box, he will place a copy of all DA Form 5504s that will be used to identify all parts required to repair a weapon. In the other box, he will place all unserviceable/to be demiled weapons parts. Each week, the small arms inspector and another supervisor will match all unserviceable weapons parts with the corresponding work order. Once all weapons parts are accounted for, a demil work order will be generated that lists all unserviceable weapons parts to be demiled. The parts will then be taken to the section that will accomplish the demil process. Immediately, under the direct supervision of a supervisor (preferably not the small arms inspector), each part
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will be demiled. The demil work order will be signed by the supervisor and the person accomplishing the demil work. The demil work order and all contributing work orders (those in the box) will be stapled together and filed. 2. This process will allow you to prove, on any closed work order, that all unserviceable weapons parts were properly accounted for and the demil process was accomplished. (AR 19051, para 3-11 & DoD 4160.21-M) 3. HOT 12 ADDITIONAL SENSITIVE WEAPON PARTS
Hammer, Firing Carrier, Bolt Sear, Steel Trigger, Steel Disconnect, Lower Hammer Cam, Burst Trigger, Sub Assy. Lever, Manual Lever, Lock Rel. Lever, Lock Rel. Selector, Fire 1005-00-592-9974 1005-00-608-5002 1005-00-722-3849 1005-00-872-4441 1005-00-876-4033 1005-00-992-7285 1005-01-248-5858 1010-00-438-7414 5340-00-600-8595 Sear, Steel Barrel Assy Barrel, Pistol Bolt, Breech Slide Assembly Bolt Assembly Receiver Barrel Assembly Lever, Manual

1005-00-017-9551 1005-00-738-6213 1005-00-992-6649 1005-00-992-7307 1005-00-999-0406 1005-01-134-3630 1005-01-148-0172 1005-01-219-2402 5340-00-992-6666 5340-01-144-1499 5340-01-145-7910 5340-01-225-8339

Note: The above items are not to be considered an all inclusive list.

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