Hello folks. I let my brother in-law, my son, and my nephew shoot my WASR-10 AK on the range today and all three of them experienced unintentional doubles (BANG-BANG!). This has never been an issue for me shooting this rifle. It seemed worse for the boys (14 and 16) and worse when they were seated at the bench. I suspect it was how they were holding the rifle (too loose), their lower body mass, and inexperience because I couldn't get it to repeat the behavior unless I really tried to barely hold onto the rifle. My BIL isn't a big guy and not familiar with rifles, either. Nobody had issues with the AR-15. So, before I pull the fire control group out of the WASR, can anybody confirm a tendency for AK variants to double with folks of slim/slight build who may not be pulling into the stock well? If not, what should I look for first in the fire control group?