The Morita-Sniper gaming guns is a Designated Marksman (DM) class of weapon.
Option up the Morita Sniper by adding a bi-pod.
It is not unlike a 50 Caliber Sniper Rifle in that it has a 46mm glass lens (165mm focal length). This lens makes it possible to get its extra-long range.
When you turn on the laser tag gun (also referred to as booting up) it will remember its last configuration.
Depending on which emulation your equipment is set on, clicking the button on the right side of the gun you can swap over to semi-automatic mode. So gamers can toggle between semi-auto and full-auto.
This extreme range gun is best used with the telescopic scope because it shoots so far you might not even be able to make out if the person you are shooting at is on your team or not. This is our most accurate semi-auto sniper rifle ever built because it is a light-based system the gun shoots dead straight.
The Morita Sniper Rifle is great for tactical laser tag games.
It is recommended that a Morita is configured as one of the big guns! Operators can configure this gaming gun to be consistent with its case. In other words it is best to configure a P90 case to the P90 emulation software. Or configure the Spitfire to simulate an Uzi. Or is you want a sniper laser tag rifle then you need a big gun, like the Morita!
Or in general, a small gaming gun should be configured to a SMG or short-range weapon.
It is important to retain game balance and the principle of "what you see is what you get" is maintained.
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