Ballin' on a budget: Top five PP-Bizon skins for $15 or less
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The PP-Bizon doesn't see much use in CS:GO, but the most recent patch may change that for some players. We saw Patrik "f0rest" Lindberg pull it out in Road to Rio the other day, which gives me a small bit of hope for the gun. The PP-Bizon doesn't do a ton of damage but has a massive 64 round drum magazine, letting you spray for days. On a positive note, since the PP-Bizon doesn't see much play currently, you can easily get the best skins the gun has to offer for $15 or less.
Coming in at number five is the PP-Bizon Antique. The PP-Bizon Antique sports an unpainted body with hints of rust and gold trimming along with a wood grain drum magazine and grip. The Antique design can also be found on the Nova shotgun. The PP-Bizon Antique will only set you back about $2, or a StatTrak will run you about $4. The PP-Bizon Antique can also be pulled out of a Huntsman Weapon Case.
Getting fourth place for PP-Bizons is the Embargo. The PP-Bizon Embargo is primarily a rusty turquoise color with random junkyard type designs and a red drum magazine. The Embargo is much like the antique; only instead of it appearing as something prized and collected, its got more of a Borderlands feel to it. The PP-Bizon Embargo will pair exceptionally well with the AK-47 Junkrat, which can also be obtained for $15 or less. The PP-Bizon Embargo is another super cheap option at about $1, or a StatTrak is about $2. The PP-Bizon Embargo can be obtained with some luck out of a Shattered Web Case.
Earning the bronze medal for today's top five is the PP-Bizon Osiris. The PP-Bizon Osiris is a mostly black, futuristic skin with white on the barrel and stock and yellow on the magazine and other parts of the weapon. The Osiris is a design that can only be found on the PP-Bizon, though one of the new operators is called Osiris. The Osiris will pair well with other futuristic skins like the M4A1-S Mecha Industries or the Desert Eagle Directive, both of which can be obtained for $15 or less. The PP-Bizon Osiris is another super cheap one at about $1, or a StatTrak runs for about $2. The PP-Bizon Osiris can also be pulled out of an Operation Breakout Weapon Case.
Taking home the silver medal for PP-Bizons is the High Roller. The PP-Bizon High Roller sports a mostly red skin with playing cards and dice throughout the body, a poker chip design on the drum magazine, and black woodgrain on the grip and stock. The High Roller is a super cool skin and one that pops in the server. I really love the skins aesthetic and how well made the skin is from name to design. The PP-Bizon High Roller is still a pretty cheap skin at about $3, while the StatTrak is about $6. The PP-Bizon High Roller can be opened from a Spectrum 2 Case.
Taking home the trophy for today's list is the PP-Bizon Judgement of Anubis. The Judgement of Anubis is mostly greyish-blue with gold trim and some red accents along with the head of Anubis. The PP-Bizon Judgement of Anubis might be one of my favorite skins in CS:GO. The PP-Bizon may not see a lot of play, but with this skin equipped, I am always tempted to take it out and show it off. The PP-Bizon Judgement of Anubis will run you about $6, while the StatTrak will be at the top of the $15 budget. You can also try your luck and try to pull it form a Chroma 3 Case.
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