CS2 is not just a well-known shooter where you can have fun, play and get aesthetic pleasure. This is also a great place to make money, because thanks to cs2 skins, many users have learned how to make a profit.
Naturally, this doesn’t happen instantly. You need to know the trends, the popular skins, and understand when you need to sell a skin and when it is better to keep it for yourself. Which skins can you invest in and make a profit?
M4A1-S | Basilisk
The Basilisk skin has an average price among the skins for this assault rifle. On it, no coating has been applied to the surface. It features holes on the surface of the muffler and an engraved image of a mythical basilisk creature on the surface of the receiver.
Now about wear and tear. As mentioned earlier, this skin is completely free of any paint and therefore has no abrasions. The only wear this skin has is the darkening of the surface of the machine.
Galil AR | VariCamo
VariCamo is one of the cheapest skins for this automatic rifle. Mixed camouflage in brown, pale green, white, and beige has been applied to most of the surface.
Dark brown paint is on the surface of the foreend. Light brown paint has been applied to the surface of the handle, trigger guard, and lower receiver.
Now about wear and tear. On the Well-Worn exterior, the barrel, both Picatinny rails, buttplate, and magazine release button do not have paint. Only half of the paint remains on the forend and magazine, and the remaining parts have minor scratches and scuffs.
MAC-10 | Lapis Gator
Lapis Gator has one of the lowest prices among the skins for this submachine gun. A crocodile skin pattern in blue colors has been applied to the surface of the receiver with bright waterproof paint. The remaining parts of the submachine gun are unpainted.
Now a little about paint wear. At the very extreme point of the Well-Worn exterior, the painted surface of the MAC-10 has more than serious abrasions and scratches, but the skin does not lose its appearance and can still be recognized. It just looks very shabby.
USP-S | Serum
Serum has a more camouflage coloring, but without the protective colors. The main colors are red, green, black, and gray. Paint tends to peel off quickly over the entire surface of the gun.
Ultimately, like any model at this price, this skin will have absolutely no paint.
M4A4 | Faded Zebra
Faded Zebra has a below-average price and is one of the cheap skins for this automatic rifle. Khaki paint has been applied to the surface of the entire machine as a background. Gray zebra-style stripes have been applied to the background surface. The trigger is unpainted.
Now about paint wear. On the Well-Worn exterior, the stock, Picatinny rail with sights, and magazine suffered the most damage. The rest of the machine is not badly damaged, and what damage there is against the background of gray stripes is only faintly visible.