Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns

This is a full guide explaining the Glock Reactor teeth patterns. All 1000 paint seeds were checked and ordered.

What is this guide for ?

The Glock reactor pattern has a chance of aligning in some way on the weapon model to the point it look like teeth.

This was actually not intended by the skin creator but rather a consequence of how the skin loops.

How the patterns work

The pattern on that skin is visible below. The weird colors are simply how CS GO engine stores it, don’t bother with that, too long to explain (in short, various information are stored on the green, red and blue chanels in addition to the colors).

Said pattern loop and wrap around, and it can also rotate and translate in every direction.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns

Now, if you look attentivly, you might see the teeth. They are a bit hidden, but there’s only one spot that is straight and could look like a smile. As you can see, it’s on the edge of the skin, and it look like that only when it wraps around.

Good news is : there’s not limit visible, the wrap around is well done and there’s no weird artifacts visible.

For the one who have issue seeing it, you can check below. Sorry for the highlight in bright pink : That’s the only color that gave enough contrast on that color pallet.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns

As said before, the pattern loops, wrap around the weapon model, rotate and changes direction in every way.

The skin is not symetrical, so what you have on one side will not be on the other. You can have teeth on both sides, that’s only because there’s two teeth spots on the pattern that are correctly spaced, it’s not due to any mirror reflection.

While checking them, I didn’t see two identical, I can assure there’s 1000 different patterns without fear of being wrong.

(And if I am, then what ? It’s a guide for expensive pixels on video game….)

Effect of the wears

With higher float, small scratches appears on the edges of the model and the skin get significantly darker.

The backside start to suffer at 0.50 to the point the pattern is affected and the front around 0.7.

You can get easely up to FT for a pattern you want, and double check for WW.

Below are some example.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns

Factory New 0.0003

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns

Minimal Wears 0.111

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns

Field Tested 0.3

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns

Battle scared 0.72

Note on the stickers

This is worth mentioning.

First thing first, here is a pattern with the teeth visible and 4 non-matching stickers, so you can see the placement of those : They do bother us.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns

Ugly combo with blue stickers not matching. At least you can see where they go x)

The issue – which is not really one – is that the glock reactor is an old skin, dating back to Cologne 2014 update, so it got added on 8 August 2014.

That mean that it got less supply than recent skin, it saw the first stickers when they were cheap and it has searched souvenir.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns

a 2015 souvenir glock reactor with holo. Could be liked by someone and overpaid for those souvenir sticker is not out of this world

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns

A montage with a glock reactor with x4 Katowice 2014 sticker. Each sticker is worth 3 digits (maybe even 4) if you buy them unstickered

Credit for the montage to user k0n1g on twitter

It would be bad to scratch an expensive sticker just for the pattern.

So. Watch out.

Teeth playside only

As the title says, the teeth appears on the playside of the glock’s slide.

Both patterns emplacement are listed, but I’ve focused on the one really visible, while tolerating a bit of inclinaison or height issue.

I’ve order them from worst to best – out of my taste though.

Pattern 803

The teeth are within the strip at the end, and a bit cut. They are visible, and that’s pretty much it.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns

Pattern 943

The teeth are tehre, in front, well visible, but the whole pattern is angled, and a bit too much to be fair, that’s the max amount I would tolerate before not looking like …you know….teeth.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns

Pattern 701

Visible in front and straight, it’s a bit cut and a bit too much in front, but outside that it’s decent.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns

Pattern 521

That’s the first of the very good patterns. It’s angled, not too much, just enough to be noticeable by someone who don’t know those kind of stuff 🙁

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns

Pattern 743

Straight and in front, well visible. A bit too much in the front, but still in full. A bit too high too.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns

Pattern 152

That is the best you can get for teeth on the playside only. This is also among the best you can get if you don’t mind the backside at all.

Full, centered, straight, not too high, not too low.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns

Teeth backside only

I don’t really now why you would want one with only the backside only, as it’s not really visible in game, even when you inspect the skin.

Both patterns emplacement are listed, but I’ve focused on the one really visible, while tolerating a bit of inclinaison or height issue.

(side note : Backside was one of the harder to check, so I might have missed a bunch of those)

They are listed and ordered bellow.

Pattern 648

The teeth are in the front, and angled down, however it actually avoid the ejection port looking decently.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns

Pattern 807

The teeth are straight, and the motif ends in the ejection port, it does look clean enough though.

The fact that is on the rear does help with visibility while inspecting.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns

Teeth on both sides

That section will only focus on patterns where the teeth motif is clear and decently visible.

As the name imply, you can get that on both side of the slides, they are listed below from worst to best.

Pattern 256

Teeth are visible on both sides, reconziable as teeth but outside that, it’s quite bad….It’s angled in the playside, largely cut on the back by the ejection port… at least it’s on the rear, so more visible

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns

Pattern 628

It look decent on the play side, maybe a bit too low though. Teeth are deeply angled on the back though, even worst than the previous pattern for back only, but since it’s more clean on the playside, that’s better.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns

Pattern 923

It’s a good one that for some reason I found more often than not on the market. It’s a bit inclinated on the playside, but not too much and a bit more on the backside, but not too much neither.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns

Pattern 281

One of the best. Clean teeth on the playside, straigh and as much as possible on the rear for visibility without touching the strip on the slide that hides the motif.

On the back, the ejection port makes a dent in an almost straigh teeth motif, also very much on the rear for visibility.

My personal favorite of the whole guide.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns

Teeth on top

There’s two patterns with the teeth good centered on top of the slide, it’s not commonly see… even within people like that kind of stuff.

It leaves place for the stickers but those stickers can take the visibility away from the rare pattern.

Notice also that it’s a bit hard to see without the glock mode actually moving, on the other end that’s pretty obvisous when you start moving or aiming/shooting at something/reloading.

I might have missed some of those too

Pattern 344

The teeth are in the rear, more visible, but smaller. The sides are also not “regular”.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns

Pattern 241

The teeth are in front of the ejection port, so more are visible. The sides look clean and regular, ie the pattern don’t feel rotated.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns

Paint seed list formated for browser extension

Use those extensions at your own risk; Shady stuff did happen in the past and are happening, for example the popular floatDB one is legit but is ignoring your inventory restriction and is listing it on it’s database.

In the past some have been used to set up API scams or steal steam info too.

If you don’t know what’s below, just ignore that section.

Playside

seed == 803 or seed == 943 or seed == 701 or seed == 521 or seed == 743 or seed == 152

Backside

seed == 648 or seed == 807

Both

seed == 256 or seed == 628 or seed == 923 or seed == 281

Top

seed == 344 or seed == 241

Playside + Both

seed == 803 or seed == 943 or seed == 701 or seed == 521 or seed == 743 or seed == 152 or seed == 256 or seed == 628 or seed == 923 or seed == 281

Playside + Both + Top

seed == 803 or seed == 943 or seed == 701 or seed == 521 or seed == 743 or seed == 152 or seed == 256 or seed == 628 or seed == 923 or seed == 281 or seed == 344 or seed == 241

All

seed == 803 or seed == 943 or seed == 701 or seed == 521 or seed == 743 or seed == 152 or seed == 256 or seed == 628 or seed == 923 or seed == 281 or seed == 344 or seed == 241 or seed == 648 or seed == 807

Value, overpaid, and how rare it is.

Well, I don’t want to dig into that, but since I’ll be ask, let’s share my experience.

Please notice that may (and will) change overtime, and that even may change because I made the guide.

The skin is not available in stattrak, but is in souvenir condition.

Souvenir tend to be significantly more expensive than non-souvenir ones, and that’s because they are souvenir on an old skin with quite low supply. It’s not because of the pattern.

I’ve found patterns 943 and 923 (which are good without being the best in their category) for within 15$ to 30$ beeing sold, however my pattern 152 listed to 10€ or 12€ hasn’t been sold yet. So yeah. A bit of overpaid, but it’s not that searched.

I won’t do % here. Supply is quite low and demand is quite low too, so I feel those would not have any sens.

Thanks

I want to thank the users Valve for creating the skin. I haven’t found the name of the designer behind teh generic “Valve”.

I want to thank CS money tools, like their wiki and their 3d viewer which helped me a lot in my research.

I want to thank floatDB data base which allowed me to check the last ones I was missing.

I want to thank you for reading the guide, I’m doing it just for help and not asking for anything (please notice that I really like those meaningless steam point from awards, I like using them to valor my steam profil – I have a few achievements I’m prood of ^^. )

I want to thank everybody that helped the guide, and all users that will and had pointed mistakes and stuff forgotten.

On that note, I think I missed a few patterns, especially the back and top ones.

This is it guys!! I am sure that you will love Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Glock Reactor Teeth Patterns that we have shared with you. We are always open to discussion and suggestions from you. Just let us what you thought about the guide in the comment section.

Also, we would like to thank Skipspik. He is the one behind this wonderful guide.