GP WASR-10

GP WASR-10
After the sunset of the assault weapons ban, importers were able to legally equip WASR-10s with compensators, bayonet lugs, and folding stocks, thus making the GP WASR-10 (with GP standing for general purpose). One disadvantage of this rifle is that machining burrs on the magazine well causes some magazines to fit tightly. Some advantages of this rifle are the reliability and availability of aftermarket parts.
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WASR_series_rifles

GP WASR-10
Figure 1: GP WASR-10 without compensator (it has a welded muzzle nut). It also does not have a bayonet lug.

GP WASR-10
Figure 2: GP WASR-10 without compensator (it has a welded muzzle nut). It also does not have a bayonet lug.

GP WASR-10
Figure 3: GP WASR-10 without compensator (it has a welded muzzle nut). It also does not have a bayonet lug.