The blade of the knife and the guard are painted solid red and adorned with a black web pattern. The handle is painted black.
Effect of float
Float Value of M9 Bayonet | Crimson Web ranges from 0.06 to 0.80, which makes the skin available in all conditions. The first abrasions start to appear on the spine. At Float Values close to the maximum, about 90% of the paint layer is peeled on the blade. The paint is almost completely peeled on the guard, the spine and around the hole.
The Factory New M9 Bayonet | Crimson Web in a StatTrak version is considered to be very valuable and is much more expensive than knives in other conditions. The quality of the skin is Covert. It is available for all types of knives as well as Desert Eagle, SCAR-20, and CZ75-Auto. The skin looks good in combination with any red gloves.
M9 Bayonet | Crimson Web became popular after the release and remains in demand today. Rare pattern variations of the skin are highly valued by collectors.
The pattern index affects the location of the web and the number of web centers. Knives with 3 or more web centers on the blade are considered to be the rarest and the most expensive ones. Pattern variations with 1 or 2 web centers on the blade are more common.