the fiberglass Morita rifles the ventilation vents along
the barrel and above the triggers are drilled and cleaned
to allow ventilation and cooling for the firearms. You
can see this marked in blue
on the diagram. On the rubber Morita rifles these
ventilation holes are solid rubber and cannot be 'seen
through'. Also, the triggers are black and
slightly reflective to light on the fiberglass versions.
This is indicated in red
on the diagram.
you can see the fiberglass triggers from the front
(marked in blue).
In addition, you can see the resin mini-14
in the ejection opening at the rear of the shell. It
is a resin cast of the actual firearm and is extremely
highly detailed (marked in red).
The rubber Morita version has this replica firearm
sculpted into the rubber finish and is VERY low detail
you can see again in close detail the ventilation openings
in the fiberglass Morita barrel. The openings
are completely open and you can see through them (and
also see the inserted silver firearm barrel).
here is the tip of the fiberglass Morita. It is
fitted with an actual metal 60-cal Flash supressor.
This is held in place by a black metal "A"
clamp which fixes it firmly to the lower shotgun barrel.
is the rubber Morita version. You can clearly
see the flash supressor is solid rubber and is simply
moulded into the body.
you can see the rubber Morita tip again (marked in red),
and you can also see the ventilation holes (marked
You can clearly see that the openings are NOT
drilled and that the entire piece is solid rubber.
is the rear of the rubber Morita version, and the ejection
opening. You can see clearly that on the
rubber version, the replica firearm is simply a low-detail
extention of the rubber body (marked in red),
rather than a 3-dimentional cast as seen with the fiberglass
Morita. You can also see that the triggers are
not black as with the fiberglass Morita: they are
simply moulded into the body and left the same olive
green as the rest of the body.
are just a few simply pointers on how to spot and distinguish
the rubber stunt Morita rifles from the fiberglass versions!