5306-00-001-1276

BOLT,INTERNAL WRENCHING


5306-00-001-1276 (5306000011276, 000011276)
Part Number (1 listing): 11039780-1
Summary

FSG 53 / FSC 5306

DEMIL: A

DEMIL INT: 1

HMIC: N

Date Created: 24 Sep 1972

MSDS: None

Hazmat: None

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MASTER CROSS REFERENCE LIST (MCRL) | NSN 5306-00-001-1276 Submit RFQ
Manufacturer Part NumberRNCCRNVCManufacturer NameCAGE
11039780-13 - Design Control Reference2 - Production ItemU S ARMY AVIATION AND MISSILE  18876    CAGE 18876  
Code Definitions

3 - Design Control Reference

Reference Number Category Code (DRN_2910)


Design Control Reference. The primary number used to identify an item of production or a range of items of production, by the manufacturer (individual, company, firm, corporation, or Government activity) which controls the design, characteristics, and production of the item by means of its engineering drawings, specifications and inspection requirements.

2 - Production Item

Reference Number Variation Code (DRN_4780)


A design control or other reference number that is an item-identifying number for an item of production, or a source control reference or a specification or standard part, type, or similar reference number that is an item-identifying number for an item of supply.


FLIS - SEG A - IDENTIFICATION | NSN 5306-00-001-1276 Submit RFQ
FSGFSCNIINFIIGINCCRITICALITYTYPE OF ITEMMRCDEMILHMICEDCPMICADPECDATE CREATED
535306000011276XANU24 Sep 1972
Code Definitions

53

Federal Supply Group (FSG_3994/FSC_WI_FSG_3996)


Hardware and Abrasives

5306

Federal Supply Class (FSC_3994/FSC_WI_FSC_3996)


Bolts

000011276

National Item Identification Number (NCB_CD_4130/I_I_NBR_4131)


NSN 5306-00-001-1276

24 Sep 1972

NIIN Assignment Date (DT_NIIN_ASGMT_2180)

X

Item Criticality (CRITL_CD_FIIG_3843)


The item does not have a nuclear hardened feature or any other critical feature such as tolerance, fit restriction or application.

Type of Item Identification (TYP_II_4820)


NSN Center Does Not Have An Explanation

A

Demilitarization Code (DEMIL_CD_0167)


Non-MLI/ Non-SLI — Demilitarization not required.

N

Hazardous Material Indicator Code (HMIC_0865)


Indicates there is no data in the HMIRS and the NSN is in a FSC not generally suspected of containing hazardous materials.

U

Precious Metals Indicator Code (PMIC_0802)


Precious Metal Content is unknown.


FLIS - SEG C - REFERENCE NUMBER | NSN 5306-00-001-1276 Submit RFQ
RNFCRNCCRNVCDACRNAACRNSCRNJCSADCMSDSHCCReference NumberCAGE
3321BDD11039780-1  18876   CAGE/18876
Code Definitions

3

Reference Number Format Code (RNFC_2920)


Number format is unknown. (Coded RNFC 3 by the Defense Logistics Information Service upon implementation of FLIS.)

3

Reference Number Category Code (RNCC_2910)


Design Control Reference. The primary number used to identify an item of production or a range of items of production, by the manufacturer (individual, company, firm, corporation, or Government activity) which controls the design, characteristics, and production of the item by means of its engineering drawings, specifications and inspection requirements.

2

Reference Number Variation Code (RNVC_4780)


A design control or other reference number that is an item-identifying number for an item of production, or a source control reference or a specification or standard part, type, or similar reference number that is an item-identifying number for an item of supply.

1

Document Availability Code (DAC_2640)


The reference number is represented by a drawing and the drawing was available to the RNAAC, who may or may not be the submitting activity, at the time of submission of the reference number. The RNAAC will furnish the drawing upon request.

BD

Reference Number Action Activity Code (RNAAC_2900)


U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5230

D

Reference Number Status Code (RNSC_2923)


Procurement authority of the manufacturer and reference number have not yet been checked. NOTE: This code is to be allocated to reference numbers still requiring checks on procurement authority.




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