Ok so I recently aquired a WASR 10 AK (yeah yeah yeah, I can hear it now..."your first problem is that you've bought a WASR" or "EEEEWW, why'd you buy a WASR" or something of that nature) and took it out to shoot with some buddies who also have WASR's (both 10/63's with the underfolding stock). Right off the bat, while dry firing and cycling my buddie's AKs, I noticed that their 63's bolts cycled much smoother than mine, and required much less strength to pull back. We had a mixture of Wolf military classic and Russian mil-surp ammo. My Buddies also had steel mags while I had Tapco synthetics for mine. First mag through mine, the rifle malfunctioned at least four times, at least two of which were failure to eject (leaving the spent shell casing in the chamber while the fresh cartridge was on its way into the chamber). And thats how the day went with my WASR, lots of failure to ejects, a few failures to feed, and a few failures to fire. All this happened with both kinds of mags (the steel and the Tapco) and with both kinds of ammo (the Wolf and the mil-surp). All the while I watched enviously as the two WASR 63's functioned the way AK rifles are supposed to function: flawlessly. All in all I ran about three hundred rounds through my WASR and had multiple failure-to-whatevers. I oiled the crap out of it on the range (which I had also done before leaving). I had also cleaned in thoroughly the week prior to shooting. Any suggestions at all? I'd like to take it to a gunsmith, but if its something I can do myself, then I'd gladly do so. I got the rifle used, so I'm not sure of the round count. Maybe she hasn't had a proper breaking in...? Any help would be hot.