With a current price tag to rival the cost of a brand-new Nintendo Switch or upscale graphics card, you’d have to either really love showing off in Rust or just have a ton of money to blow in order to buy this skin. If players know how much the skin costs, I can guarantee they will be surprised or impressed to see you rocking it.
It looks like the oh so deadly Black Widow spider’s color scheme. One more thing: this gun has a glowing sight to make your nighttime shootouts that much easier.
While a much lower price than the Glory skin currently, this will still drop jaws when people find out how much you spent on it. These guns sight literally glows red in the dark.
Price of Skin on the Community Market: Starting at 93.15 in USD currently. Okay, this is the last one on this list in which price is the biggest factor to my adding it, I swear.
While it does look pretty cool; like a steampunk Frozen AK -47, it also sports a whopping price (that approaches the cost of a new triple-A game). But remember, the prices fluctuate greatly with supply and demand.
This is another skin to show off your incredible wealth or commitment to the game. Elsa meets Bio shock with this flashy, royal looking piece of hardware.
If you want to look downright pretty while mowing the naked’s down, this is the choice for you. I can’t tell if it’s meant to emulate dragon scales and claws or just lizards, but the color scheme and designs are so unique.
As it stands right now, you can proudly boast that this skin is almost unavailable in the community market! At the opposite end of the spectrum from the above on the list is the Training AR.
Here’s a fun little metallurgical trivia for you: this gun is designed to look like steel that has been tempered at varying temperatures, represented each by the different colors. While greatly exaggerated from the appearance of such in the real world, this gun looks downright beautiful.
Spout the metallurgy fast fact from above to sound super smart. Price of Skin on the Community Market: Currently starting at $15 even USD.
This is a relatively expensive and rare gun, and it certainly won’t sit well if you’re a big follower of Jesus. That’s because this gun is literally covered in glow-in-the-dark satanic symbols and scribbles.
By far the main reason I chose this gun for spot number three was simply because it glows in the dark. It’s kind of the opposite thing you would want from a tactical standpoint, but its super cool (in my opinion) that you can see this skin glowing red all over it when there is little to no light.
It may be a little bland for your taste, but you won’t have spent too much on it and it will keep your gun camouflaged in the outdoor wasteland of Rust. The camouflage is definitely a functional bonus, given that most combat in rust will happen outside; and this color scheme does the trick in terms of reducing visibility, therefore.
You can look like a genuine post nuclear apocalypse soldier sporting this assault rifle look. This is the top Rust AR skin on my list because it is not too expensive, not too uncommon, and it looks amazing; all while having an extremely simple design and a highly functional aesthetic.