Best Apex Legends weapon skins with the cleanest iron sights
Apex Legends has some great weapon skins for players to craft, but some actually offer better iron sights than others.
Some of the Apex Legends weapon skins offer a cleaner iron sight compared to others, here are some of the best you can craft.
Apex Legends is well known for its cosmetics, with new Twitch Prime skins coming out every month, as well as various events every season that offer new Legend and weapon skins.
As well as this, the game offers skins for players to craft without having to go to the store. These skins are available all year round and can be found in the “Legends” and “Loadout” categories of the lobby screen.
Some of these craftable weapon skins actually offer players an advantage, especially the skins for the best weapons in the game.
While it isn’t a huge advantage, the weapon skins in this list offer players a more clear iron sight that takes up less of the screen compared to the default.
Luckily, Reddit user mnkymnk has posted a video showcasing some of the best weapon skins that players can use in Apex Legends for a better iron sight. As well as these, we’ve also thrown a few more in for other weapons.
Best Apex Legends weapon skins for better iron sights
The following list is the best weapon skins for players to use in Apex Legends. Keep in mind that not every weapon is on the list, as some weapon skins don’t actually offer any better craftable iron sights.
For example, the best Flatline skins for better iron sights are from a previous Battle Pass and the store, which can not be crafted.
- Prowler – Dark Fright
- Longbow – McFly or Pharaoh’s Curse
- 30-30 Repeater – Wild West or Bullet Train
- Wingman – The Death Ray or Merciless Wing
- R-99 – The Kill Switch or Outlands Avalanche
- Peacekeeper – The Lonestar or The Superstar
- Sentinel – Biomechanics or Golden Spine
- The Alternator – LED Rez or The Galvanizer
All these skins will offer players a more clear visual, reducing the amount of space the weapon’s iron sights take up on your screen. In theory, with these skins you should be able to see more of your target while aiming down sights, thus improving your performance.
These skins will require you to craft them with Crafting Metals. As these are all Legendary skins, they will cost your 1,200 Crafting Metals to obtain.
Make sure you check out our guide on Crafting Metals so you know how to get the skins you want.
Image Credits: Respawn Entertainment
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