The Bizon SMG is low-damage, but offers a uniquely designed high-capacity drum magazine that reloads quickly. It has been painted using a hydrographic with a Japanese inspired water pattern.
The PP-Bizon | Water Sigil was first introduced to CS:GO 8 years ago, on December 18th, 2013. It was released as part of the eSports 2013 Winter Case, alongside the "Winter Offensive" update.
The PP-Bizon | Water Sigil can be obtained by opening a eSports 2013 Winter Case container. The skin is also part of the The eSports 2013 Winter Collection.
With a popularity of 70%, the PP-Bizon | Water Sigil is currently in the top 30% 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 PP-Bizon | Water Sigil is one of 229 other SMG skins. The rarity of the skin is Mil-Spec Grade, which makes the Water Sigil a pretty common drop with an estimated drop chance of 79.92%.
With a price range between $0.60 and $3.21, the PP-Bizon | Water Sigil is a very affordable skin. Fortunately, it's currently widely available and can be purchased on multiple different markets. There are currently 70.5K units of the Water Sigil in public CS:GO inventories.
The float value of the PP-Bizon | Water Sigil 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 Water Sigil.
This PP-Bizon has been painted in a "Hydrographic" style, with the Water Sigil finish. Disassembled weapon parts are lowered through a floating hydrographic film on the surface of a water tank. The film adheres to the primed weapon parts, covering the surface with a pattern. The primary color of this skin is composed of a blue tint. The look of the Water Sigil finish is affected by its pattern index.
The PP-Bizon | Water Sigil has received over 2.2K votes on CSGOSKINS.GG, leading to an average rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars. The skin is currently also owned by the professional CS:GO players seang@res, rallen and krystal.