The 9 Best Free Fire Gun Skins

Best Free Fire Gun Skins

Garena’s Free Fire was released back in 2017 just as the battle royale (BR) genre was picking up. Since then, it’s become one of the most played titles in the world. However, while most BR games are the same when it comes to weapon skins, Free Fire separates itself by making gun skins more than just cosmetics.

In Free Fire, wearing certain gun skins can provide a certain advantage. In some cases, it can mean the difference between being the last man standing and dying early. So in order to secure your chances, make sure to get some Free Fire Diamond Pins and equip yourself with the best skins.

While every gun skin in Free Fire improves the weapon’s stats somewhat, not all gun skins are built equally. Some buff weapon stats better than others, and we’ve decided to round up 9 of the best of them. Here you go!

Blood Moon SCAR

Blood Moon SCAR - Free Fire

Damage ++

Range +

Accuracy –

Often given away as a reward for consecutive daily logins, the Blood Moon SCAR is one of the best free fire gun skins because it makes an already powerful weapon that has good close-, medium-, and long-range use hit even harder with better range.

Although the accuracy penalty makes the skin less ideal for beginners, there’s a reason why seasoned veterans love it.

The Blood Moon SCAR is also available in the in-game store for 40 Diamonds.

Ultimate Titan SCAR

Ultimate Titan SCAR

Damage +

Rate of fire ++

Magazine –

The Ultimate Titan SCAR lives up to its name as arguably the best Free Fire gun skin for the SCAR.

The small hit to the magazine is nothing compared to how much faster you’ll be firing with this gun skin on and how much harder your SCAR is going to hit. So long as you can get into the habit of finding cover after emptying your clip at the enemy, this will make your SCAR game so much better.

The Ultimate Titan SCAR is available for 40 Diamonds at the in-game store.

M4A1 Cataclysm

M4A1 Cataclysm

Rate of fire ++

Damage +

Range –

Other AR weapons like the AUG and SCAR are often favored over the M4A1 because they’re better at long-range and have just as good of a fire rate and damage. But, if you’re going all-in on close- and mid-range combat, the M4A1 Cataclysm solves most if not all the most common issues with the M4A1.

By making your weapon fire faster and kill enemies more quickly, the Cataclysm will help you survive fights more easily.

Just try not to fire the M4A1 from long-range with this gun skin equipped.

You can get the M4A1 Cataclysm gun skin by purchasing the M4A1 Cataclysm Weapon Loot Crate for 60 Diamonds from the Armory Shop. This will let you use the skin for either 1 day, 3 days, 7 days, or even permanently, depending on your luck.

M4A1 Scorching Sands and M4A1 Genos

M4A1 Scorching Sands and M4A1 Genos

Rate of fire ++

Damage +

Magazine –

If you’re willing to sacrifice magazine size over range on your M4A1, the M4A1 Scorching Sands and M4A1 Genos gun skins are for you.

The former is available for purchase for 60 Diamonds via the Armory Shop as a Scorching Sands Weapon Loot Crate that will give you a chance to use the weapon for either 1 day, 3 days, 7 days, or permanently. Meanwhile, the M4A1 Genos was an exclusive gun skin as part of the Free Fire x One Punch Man collaboration last January 2021.

Both of these gun skins have the same stats that make the M4A1 deadly at all ranges.

Flaming Dragon AK

Flaming Dragon AK

Damage ++

Rate of fire +

Magazine –

One of the hardest skins to get in Free Fire also happens to be one of the best.

The Flaming Dragon AK gun skin doubles the fire rate of your AK while improving both its stability and damage with a slight hit to your AK’s magazine size.

Considering how hard-hitting the AK is already at the mid-range, a faster firing AK will be devastating and will double your chances of survival.

You can get your hands on the Flaming Dragon AK by spending your Diamonds on the Faded Wheel.

Evil Pumpkin AK

Evil Pumpkin AK

Rate of fire +

Range –

Accuracy ++

A common issue with the AK regardless of the game is how inaccurate it is. The Evil Pumpkin skin in Free Fire helps solve this issue. It significantly improves the accuracy of your AK while improving its rate of fire. The only downside is that it makes the AK even weaker at farther ranges.

If it’s any consolation, you can get the Evil Pumpkin AK for a low, low price of 40 Diamonds via the in-game store.

Lively Beast XM8

Lively Beast XM8

Rate of fire ++

Magazine –

Drag headshots are some of the most effective shots in Free Fire and the XM8 makes that easier to do. Putting on the Lively Beast gun skin makes it even easier as it improves the rate of fire for the XM8 with only a slight hit to the magazine size as a penalty.

Considering that this is a weapon favored by a lot of professional and high-ranking players, you might as well try and see what they love about it.

The Lively Beast XM8 gun skin is available for 35 Diamonds at the Armory Shop via the Star Soul Lively Beast Crate.

SKS Hysteria

SKS Hysteria Free Fire Gun Skin

Damage ++

Accuracy +

Magazine –

For a small price of making your magazine size smaller, the SKS Hysteria gun skin can make your SKS hit enemies like an uppercut while giving it the accuracy of a jab. Plus, it looks cool, with a purple animation giving it a unique and distinct look.

Unfortunately, getting your hands on the SKS Hysteria isn’t easy. It was first made available at the Bullseye event in August 2020.

M14 Lively Beast

M14 Lively Beast

Rate of fire ++

Magazine –

The M14 used to be one of the best guns in Free Fire. However, subsequent updates nerfed it to make it less powerful. The M14 Lively Beast gun skin changes that by improving its rate of fire at the slight expense of having a smaller magazine size to work with.

If you prefer using the M14 just like how it used to be, this is the gun skin for you.

As a bonus, it’s quite easy to acquire. All you have to do is to head to the Armory Shop and get the Lively Beast Weapon Loot Crate for 35 Diamonds.

Conclusion

Ultimately, when it comes to gun skins, it’s all about personal preference. Some even prefer to use no skins at all, if you can believe that. But, whatever it is that you like, we do recommend trying out skins first to see what you think of them, and what better way to find out than to check out the best Free Fire gun skins that we have rounded up above! Anyways, do let us know what Free Fire gun skins are your favourites in the comments below.

 

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