Ballin' on a budget: Top five MP7 skins for $15 or less
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Want to frag out in style but don't want to break the bank? No worries! We can get you looking good in your ecos for $15 or less. The MP7 is a direct upgrade from the MAC-10 or MP9 for eco rounds in CS:GO. It isn't the cheapest gun, but it allows you to execute on a bomb site quickly and houses a quick fire rate. Its price is a little higher than the MAC-10/MP9, but it does house more firepower, making it a worthwhile upgrade if you can afford it. When you need something more than a Glock or USP-S to take or defend a bomb site, the MP7 is a solid pick. Let's dive in so we can get you ecoing in style.
Getting fifth place on today's top five is the MP7 Powercore. The MP7 Powercore is a primarily green skin with bright yellow on the barrel, trigger, magazine, and stock. The Powercore would pair really well with other futuristic skins like the M4A1-S Mecha Industries or the AK-47 Orbit Mk01, which are both $15 or less. The MP7 Powercore will only set you back about $1, or you can grab a StatTrak for about $2. The MP7 Powercore can also be pulled from a Horizon Case.
Fourth place on today's list is the MP7 Neon Ply. The MP7 Neon Ply is a woodgrain skin, but the lines are neon colors, yellow, blue, green, purple, and pink, rather than the color of the wood. The Neon Ply design can only be found on the MP7, making it even more unique. The MP7 Neon Ply will set you back about $1, or a StatTrak runs for about $2. The MP7 Neon Ply can be opened out of a Shattered Web Case.
Earning the bronze medal for MP7s is the Nemesis. The MP7 Nemesis is a black and yellow skin with some sort of gruesome-looking monster on the butt of the gun. The Nemesis, like the Neon Ply, is a skin you will only find on the MP7, though I think this skin would look sick on the AWP, the ultimate Nemesis weapon. The MP7 Nemesis will only set you back about $4, or a StatTrak will cost you about $7. The MP7 Nemesis can also be pulled from a Falchion Case.
Getting the silver medal for today's top five is the MP7 Bloodsport. The MP7 Bloodsport is a red and black skin chock-full of decals and hints of yellow throughout the weapon. The Bloodsport is a skin you can find on the SCAR-20 and the AK-47, though the AK-47 is not in our $15 or less budget. The MP7 Bloodsport will set you back about $5, or you can sport a StatTrak for about $8. The MP7 Bloodsport can be obtained from a Clutch Case.
And taking home the trophy is, you guessed it, the MP7 Fade. The MP7 Fade sports the iconic Fade design we see on all the knives in CS:GO and a few other weapons. The Fade starts off yellow towards the barrel, the fades into red, then purple. The Fade is beautiful regardless of what it's on, and it makes it hard to pick anything over it. The MP7 Fade is at the tip-top of our budget at $15. It may take a little work to find one in our price range, but I have seen quite a few on the markets for around that. The MP7 Fade can only be obtained in trade up contracts or from the London 2018 Inferno Souvenir Package or the Katowice 2019 Inferno Souvenir Package.
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