Century Romanian AK-47 GP WASR HI-CAP 16" Barrel, No Brake, Military Stock 7.62x39 30 Rnd Mag

Century Romanian AK-47 GP WASR HI-CAP 16" Barrel, No Brake, Military Stock 7.62x39 30 Rnd Mag
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Semi-auto rifle with military style stock. Thirty round double stack magazine. New condition. This is a very popular model, we have sold 1000's since 2004 and they are still going strong.


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Chrome lined barrel
No muzzle device, bayonet lug or bayonet
Comes with (1) 30rd double stack mags and side mounted scope rail

Action : Semi-Automatic 
Caliber : 7.62 X 39 MM 
Barrel Length : 16.25" 
Capacity :30 + 1 
Trigger : Two Stage 
Safety : Lever Detent
Overall Length : 34 1/4" 
Weight : 7.5 lbs 
Stock : Wood 
Finish : Blue military grade

18 Reviews

  • WASR 10 Great bang for your buck

    Posted by chromedog on Jan 26th 2018

    Picked up a 2017 production WASR 10 just after New Years. It came with 1 P-mag, cleaning kit, and half a surplus leather sling, no biggie, though. After cleaning up the edges of the slide rails, and mag well, I took it in to work to show it off to a co-worker who owns an N-PAP. He couldn't believe how smooth the action was. 300 rounds through it so far, (Tula, and Golden Tiger) without a single problem.

  • WASR-10

    Posted by Blake on Feb 1st 2016

    After much deliberation between the WASR and the Yugoslavian N-PAP here on Impact, I went with the WASR and I'm happy with it. The WASR's were given a bad name from poor QC from Century Arms back in the day, but it has much improved and these guns are great right out of the box. Mine came with really beautiful, finished birch wood for the handguard and stock, unlike old WASR's that came unfinished. (like in the picture here on Impact)

    The gun also came with 2 30rd plastic P-mags, which have less mag wobble than the standard metal mag. I've shot nothing but cheap steel-case Tula through mine and she loves the stuff and has not had a single hick-up.

    My only negative is the Tapco pistol grip that Century installs on these is not great. It's just plastic, and it's very small in the hands. I purchased a Hogue rubber grip and solved that problem.

  • Gotta love an AK

    Posted by Big Dave on Sep 15th 2015

    Put my order in late on a Thursday. Picked it up from my FFL the next Wednesday. First of now many purchases. Got two surprises. One was that instead of the steel mag shown I got a shiny new mag - pull one and to keep it company another one in unopened packaging. gun works great. Action is easy and mags slot home securely. Only thing close to a gripe is the stock is a little short for me. But I'm 6 foot and change. Great product great customer service.

  • Rough Around the Edges, but Expected

    Posted by Big Mac on Jul 17th 2015

    First, Impact Guns was great. I have bought my last two firearms from them, and they have communicated well, answered questions, and shipped quickly. The rest of the review is of the WASR 10 I received, and not of Impact Guns:

    Buying an AK online is always a roll of the dice, especially one like this. I left a note on my order to make sure a few features were present. I was impressed when Impact called me the next day to clarify and answer my questions. I had them check a few specific features of the rifle, and they put me on hold and found out the answers within a few minutes. Here's a rundown of the state of the rifle-

    semi finished wood buttstock: it's in good shape, probably new, and has a small amount of finish on it.
    Handguards: unfinished, new. These look like a 7th grade shop student made them. Expected I guess, and they will be easy to refinish.
    New Tapco G2 trigger
    The receiver, barrel, dust cover, sights, etc. were all in good shape. Nothing was scratched up or dinged. There was light rust around the front sight, chamber, and the gas tube. It sounds like these usually come smothered in cosmoline, but mine was bone dry. The barrel is straight, sights seem straight, but I haven't had a chance to fire it yet. The action is not super smooth, but I will polish it and these is normal. The barrel came with a thread protector welded on, so I'll have to chop it off before I can put a muzzle brake on. There is a scope mount on the side of the receiver. No sling or cleaning kit was included, but one 30 round steel mag and one 30 round black polymer tapco mag.

    Overall, I am very satisfied with Impact Guns. There were helpful, the price was fair, and the shipping was fast. The gun was in acceptable shape. I can't give it 5 stars since it did have some rust in various places. Otherwise, the unfinished handguards are very rough, but this isn't a huge deal. I'm happy with my purchase and would recommend both Impact Guns and this rifle. Just don't expect it to be flawless or refined. Here is a link to some pictures: http://imgur.com/gallery/LPYWo

  • Fine for me....

    Posted by Hman on Apr 5th 2014

    Ran 100 rounds of cheap steel case ammo, flawless operation. was fun to shoot and would recommend. Adding optics another ball game, will tackle that later. 3 guys shot a mag each and each had a blast.

  • Great AK!

    Posted by B-17 on Jan 26th 2014

    After shooting both AR-15 and AK platforms before, I decided it was time for me to invest in an AK. I always just preferred the look, feel, and the cartridge, but that's just me. I picked up one of these from the local gun store and I have been in love since. Hundreds and hundreds of rounds have been fired from this thing, and the only issue I've had was while using a cheap plastic magazine which wound up breaking later on. Finish isn't great, but It's an AK so I wasn't really expecting it to be beautiful necessarily. I have since changed out the wood and tac'd it out with ATI accessories, something incredibly simple to do, as the AK can be broken down without tools and the WASR is no exception. Great firing gun, looks mean, handles a variety of ammo, and there's a plethora of aftermarket parts for the customizer/tinkerer. Can't go wrong here as long as you inspect before you buy.

  • pretty accurate

    Posted by annon on Dec 29th 2013

    I had one, for what is was, it was fairly accurate. 5 inch groups at 100 yards with wolf ammo. However, I moved to NJ and the local PD politely asked me to sell it. (Plea bargain)

  • 1200 yards

    Posted by Logan on Oct 17th 2013

    Really 3/4 mile, really! Call Guinness

  • fake reviews?

    Posted by Mark on Sep 30th 2013

    fake reviews?>>>>>> We hope not.

  • Romanian WASR 1063

    Posted by Ed M on Feb 23rd 2013

    Didn't buy mine from Impact Guns but I do own a WASR 10/63. I bought it from Dunhams 2 years ago on sale... I had a canted front sight so all I did was removed the front sight post and put it back in straight. easy fix. With some coarse steel wool on the wood stock its not rough anymore. I haven't had a single issue with any type of ammo I fed it. It just works. Accuracy its better then people say. 2-3 inch groups at 100-150 yards with iron sights. I'm sure with a scope on it, it will be even better. The 7.62x39 caliber round will go through a 16 inch block of wood with ease. All in all I love the rifle and am really happy I bought it.

  • romanian ak47 wasp gp

    Posted by randy on Jan 9th 2013

    my romanian has no crooked front sight after market mags fit tight.no feed problems after over 1000 rounds.the romanina that i have was maded in 1971.work on the stock with some sandpaper and apply some good stain.have an ar15 and other more expensive guns by vary but none more fun to shoot.

  • Great Gun to own

    Posted by Phil on Dec 24th 2012

    Fantastic gun. I could not be happier with my purchase. As soon as it came it not five minutes out the door I went to my fathers farm and put over 100 rounds through it like it was nothing. It was accurate up to and probably beyond 200 yards open sighted. I would reccomend this to anybody looking for something to kick around and not clean. A lot of fun all around.

  • more accurate than you think

    Posted by MR on Nov 14th 2012

    Didn't buy mine from Impact Guns but I do own a WASR 10-63 and had read various reviews,none of them giving the rifle a whole lot of credit for any accuracy. With cheap russian ammo, a rest and shooting for speed and not accuracy, can keep 15 shots inside a baseball at 100 yards. That being said, handloads will place 5 shots inside 2 inches at 150 yards. Both with rifle scoped using side rail scope mount, (much, much better than scout scope mount). I don't know if i just got a good one or what but you really are not going to see anything better from any other semiauto rifle costing around the same price. These guns are true work horses that are fairly accurate beyond what most think. Try it yourself, buy several types of ammo and use a rest. You might be suprised, I know I was.

  • ak to the rescue

    Posted by Aloha 5-0 on Nov 13th 2012

    Just purchased my first AK it was either an AR15 or an choiceAK every one told me the AK was by far a better choice. Can't wait to shoot this incredible weapon.

  • Just thinking

    Posted by jc on Oct 27th 2012

    Re: "Bread"
    Clearing targets at 1200yds? ...

    100yds is about the max range of accuracy for an AK even one as nice as these. The beauty of these weapons is that they run on anything and cycle everytime. Bury it in mud and leave it for a month, dig it up, kick open the action and load it with cheap rounds in a rusty magazine...and it fire and empty the mag.

  • Awesome machine!

    Posted by RiflemanQ on Jun 29th 2012

    It took a lot of work to clean all the oil and gunk off of it when I bought it, but boy was it worth it. Once you start putting rounds through it this thing is amazing! I love the fact that cheap steel won't ruin it...it will cycle through anything. This gun will fire no matter what. Incredible reliability. It has character and I just love it. Like the ar15, there almost isn't a limit to the accessories for it. Disassembly is child's play. We looked up the serial number for mine and it was made in 1966 Romanian military standard issue. As old as it is, it fires like it doesn't care. My grandkids will probably be shooting it too (I'm 21 lol) Do yourself a favor and buy one!!

  • ??

    Posted by bread on Jun 17th 2012

    what do you mean not very accurate i can clear 14 targets at 1200 yrds. , me and my buddy back set the 8 ft aprt from eachother i used a standard issue genuine all original polish ak47, their very good rifles , even though it was not wasr 10 gp, and be worst quality but if you buy one you will be satisfied

  • Romanian AK47

    Posted by walkershootsguns on Jan 7th 2012

    shot my buddy's AK this weekend and absolutely love it. very little kick, accuracy isnt the best but its an AK, what do you expect. i stuck it in wet georgia clay, put in a full mag, and blew through it with absolutely no problems what so ever. overall an amazing gun.

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