Apex Legends G7 Scout: Damage Stats, How To Use Like A Pro, Skins And More

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The G7 Scout has recently moved to Care Package exclusivity, but how has that effected the Marksman gun in Apex Legends?

On this page we're going to tell you everything you need to know about the G7 Scout Marksman. The G7 is one of four marksman weapons found in Apex Legends, and the only one that isn't available from generic weapon drops in-game.

G7 Scout Basic Information

Here is the basic information that you need to know about the G7 Scout:

  • Weapon Type: Marksman
  • Firing Modes: Single / Burst
  • Ammo Type: Supply Drop Light Ammo
  • Magazine Size: 20
  • Range: Medium & Long
  • Tac Reload time: 2.4s
  • Full Reload time: 3s
  • Rate of Fire: 240 RPM
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  • Projectile Speed: 30,000 UPS

G7 Scout Damage Stats

How much damage does a G7 Scout do in Apex? That's what you really need to know. Just below you'll find the damage stats for the G7 Scout. Do note these are just the basic damage stats and do not reflect stats for Fortified Legends (Caustic, Gibraltar) where damage stats are typically reduced by 15%.

Target Damage Shots To Kill: 100HP 150HP 175HP 200HP 225HP
Head7223334
Level 1 Helmet6523344
Level 2 Helmet5823444
Level 3/4 Helmet5423445
Body3635567
Leg2746789

G7 Scout Attachments

The only available attachment group for the G7 Scout is a range of sights.

Sights

1x Holo (Common)

  • 1x HCOG Classic (Common)
  • 1x Holo (Classic)
  • 2x HCOG Bruiser (Rare)
  • 1x-2x Variable Holo (Rare)
  • 3x HCOG Ranger (Epic)
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  • 2x-4x Variable AOG (Epic)

G7 Scout Skins

At the time of writing, there is a total of 72 weapon skins for the G7 in Apex Legends. This includes 16 Legendary, 10 Epic, 30 Rare and 16 Common skins.

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The price for each skin varies depending on its rarity. The cost ranges from 30 CM (Common) to 1,200 CM (Legendary).

G7 Scout Review - Is It Good?

The G7 Scout is one of four marksman rifles available in Apex Legends, but has recently made the move to Supply Drop exclusivity.

With this in mind, there is no need to compare the gun to the likes of the Triple Take, the 30-30 Repeater or the Bocek Compound Bow, but instead decipher whether or not you should be rushing to those Supply Drops to get your hands on this gun.

This gun is perfect for those who have the trigger finger in tact. The high fire rate in this gun means that if you've got the ability to fire fast, this is almost as effective as any of the fully automatic weapons found in-game. It is also effective over an impressive range of distances.

It is not the go-to gun for close range combat though. You will find yourself in trouble if you come up against any of the SMG's up close. It's also frustratingly difficult to find reserve ammunition for this gun.

You can have plenty of fun with this gun, just not from close range!