(6) Commercial or fabricated items similar to items with an ARC of "X"
(expendable) in the AMDF.
(7) Office furniture assigned federal supply classification (FSC) 7110, 7125,
and 7195 with a unit cost of less than 0.00.
b. Durable Property. Durable property is personal property that is not consumed
in use and does not require property book accountability. However, because of its unique
characteristics, it requires hand receipt control when issued to the user. The following
classes or types of property are classified durable.
(1) All hand tools in FSC 5110, 5120, 5130, 5133, 5136, 5140, 5180, 5210,
5220, and 5280 with a unit price greater than .00.
When the unit of issue contains more than one item (for example, package, box) and the
cost of a single item (unit of measurement) is less than .00, the hand tool will
be treated as an expendable item at the user level. This is true even though it is
coded as durable in the AMDF.
(2) Nonconsumable supply class VIII items by AR 40-61, and not otherwise
coded with an ARC of "N" (nonexpendable) in the AMDF.
(3) Commercial and fabricated items similar to those items coded with an
ARC of "D" (durable) in the AMDF.
(4) Audiovisual production master material and copies that are accounted for
under AR 25-1.
c. Nonexpendable Property. Nonexpendable property is personal property that
is not consumed in use and that retains its original identity during the period of use. This
includes all nonconsumable major end items authorized by DA-recognized authorization
Items that have an ARC of "N" in the AMDF.
(2) Commercial and fabricated items similar to items coded "N" in the AMDF
are considered nonexpendable property.
SUPPLY REQUEST FORMS DETERMINATION
The supply form you choose to requisition repair parts and supplies is based on the
type of item you are ordering, sometimes the unit price of the item, and certain conditions
that exist at the time of ordering. To determine which form you use in which situation, refer
to the table shown in figure 2-7.