With a smaller magazine than its unmuffled counterpart, the silenced M4A1 provides quieter shots with less recoil and better accuracy. It has been painted cobalt blue and stenciled with the CT logo on the magazine. I don't have to like you, I have to keep you safe - Carmen Cocinero, Extraction Expert
The M4A1-S | Guardian was first introduced to CS:GO 8 years ago, on December 18th, 2013. It was released as part of the Winter Offensive Weapon Case, alongside the "Winter Offensive" update. The skin was created by the community designer "J4CK".
The M4A1-S | Guardian can be obtained by opening a Winter Offensive Weapon Case container. The skin is also part of the The Winter Offensive Collection.
With a popularity of 95%, the M4A1-S | Guardian is currently extremely popular, which makes it one of the most popular items in CS:GO. This popularity measurement is based on the daily sales volume and the price of the skin.
The M4A1-S | Guardian is one of 246 other Rifle skins. The rarity of the skin is Classified, which makes the Guardian a very rare drop with an estimated drop chance of only 3.2%.
With a price range between $16.57 and $64.06, the M4A1-S | Guardian is a pretty affordable skin. Fortunately, it's currently widely available and can be purchased on multiple different markets. There are currently 115K units of the Guardian in public CS:GO inventories.
The float value of the M4A1-S | Guardian ranges from 0.00 to 0.50, which makes the skin available in all exteriors. For each exterior, there also exists a StatTrak version for the Guardian.
This M4A1-S has been painted in a "Custom Paint Job" style, with the Guardian finish. This style enables extremely customized looks in a full range of colors. The primary color of this skin is composed of a blue tint. Different pattern indexes have no effect on the Guardian finish.
The M4A1-S | Guardian has received over 5.4K votes on CSGOSKINS.GG, leading to an average rating of 4.0 out of 5 stars. The skin is currently also owned by the professional CS:GO players xyp9x, spiidi and pashabiceps.