Essentially a box that bullets come out of, the MAC-10 SMG boasts a high rate of fire, with poor spread accuracy and high recoil as trade-offs. A Norse inspired pattern of gold interlocking rings has been applied. We end the way we began; in the dirt
The MAC-10 | Copper Borre was first introduced to CS:GO 2 years ago, on November 18th, 2019. It was released as part of the , alongside the "Operation Shattered Web" update.
The MAC-10 | Copper Borre can not be obtained by opening any containers. Instead, the skin is part of the The Norse Collection.
With a popularity of 85%, the MAC-10 | Copper Borre is currently in the top 15% 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 MAC-10 | Copper Borre is one of 229 other SMG skins. The rarity of the skin is Mil-Spec Grade, which makes the Copper Borre a pretty common drop with an estimated drop chance of 79.92%.
With a price range between $39.28 and $43.48, the MAC-10 | Copper Borre is a rather affordable skin. Fortunately, it's currently widely available and can be purchased on multiple different markets. There are currently 7.8K units of the Copper Borre in public CS:GO inventories.
The float value of the MAC-10 | Copper Borre ranges from 0.00 to 0.50, which makes the skin available in all exteriors. There are no StatTrak or Souvenir versions available for the Copper Borre.
This MAC-10 has been painted in a "Anodized Multicolored" style, with the Copper Borre finish. In this style, the candy coat may be applied in a multicolored pattern. In the real world, methods could include silk-screening or adherable stencils. The primary color of this skin is composed of a brown tint. The look of the Copper Borre finish is affected by its pattern index.
The MAC-10 | Copper Borre has received over 2K votes on CSGOSKINS.GG, leading to an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars. The skin is currently also owned by the professional CS:GO player gratisfaction.