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Five-SeveN

Five-SeveN

Retrobution
The Revolver Case Collection

Skin class

Skin class

Restricted
StatTrak™

Wear limits

Wear limits

0%
100%

Famous players

Famous players

Description

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Appearance history

Five-SeveN | Retrobution was added to the game on December 8, 2015, as part of The Revolver Case Collection, which was released alongside the “CS:GO's Winter Update”. The skin was created by Coridium and Gamersbook.

Pattern description

The design of the skin is inspired by the graphic design of the 80’s. The black body of the pistol is adorned with a pattern of stripes and arrows painted in blue, brown, orange and red colors. Individual small parts of the weapon are not painted.

Effect of float

Float Value of the skin ranges from 0.00 to 1.00, which makes Five-SeveN | Retrobution available in all conditions. Small abrasions already appear on the body of the pistol in Factory New condition. At levels of wear close to the maximum, the number and size of abrasions increase.

Skin Features

The quality of Five-SeveN | Retrobution is Restricted. The skin has a StatTrak option.

Skin popularity

Five-SeveN | Retrobution was in demand after the release, but over time its popularity has noticeably decreased. Today, the skin is rarely seen in the game

Pattern difference

The pattern index does not affect the appearance of the skin.

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Pattern
3D
3D View
Animations
Video
exteriors:null
Float:
No pattern difference

Price chart

Relevant prices for Five-SeveN | Retrobution skin on CS.MONEY are listed below.

Factory NewMinimal WearField-TestedWell-WornBattle-ScarredFactory NewMinimal WearField-TestedWell-WornBattle-Scarred
Basic
StatTrak™
PRICE, $

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