[GUIDE] : Red Dead Redemption 2 Skins Guide – How to get Perfect Skins, where to sell and store them.
- What to do with skins and where to store them in Red Dead Redemption 2
- Where to sell skins in Red Dead Redemption 2
- How to get flawless skin in Red Dead Redemption 2
- Red Dead Redemption 2 – weapons and ammo for perfect skins
- Animal Skin Weapon Types – How to Get Perfect Rabbit Skins and Perfect Bison Skins
While their use isn’t immediately obvious, collecting animal skins in Red Dead Redemption 2 is well worth your time. Not only are the best skins worth a pretty penny, but they also unlock unique gear. Here is what to do with the skins in Red Dead Redemption 2, including where to store them, where to sell them, and how to get perfect skin.
To get the most out of the animals you’re tracking, you’ll need a few tools: binoculars, your horse, and the right kind of weapon.
Fur trade and animal skins was a cornerstone of the border economy from the sixteenth century until the beginning of the twentieth. Dedicated hunters have worked hard and stored their skins for months to bring them to the market, but luckily for us it’s a bit faster to do so in Red Dead Redemption 2.
With such painstaking attention to detail throughout the game, it’s no surprise that the pelts trade plays a big part in Arthur Morgan’s journey as well. Collecting and selling Perfect Skins is not just a great source of income and access to some of Arthur’s most stylish clothes, but also some of the funniest entertainment in Red Dead Redemption 2.
What to do with skins and where to store them in Red Dead Redemption 2
First of all, if you are just trying to harvest skin, this is the base.
You hunted an animal, you skinned it, and now the skin is in your hands. And now?
First of all, you must whistle or walk to your horse, where you can ‘tie up’ the skin until you have decided what to do. This adds it to your Horse Cargo menu, so you can find it again, either by walking up to your horse and pressing right on the d-pad, or selecting the Horse Cargo section of a menu. of shop.
Once you have stored the skins on your horse’s back, there are a few things you can do with them. Sell them in a general store in town, give them to Mr. Pearson at camp, or more importantly, take your best pelts to the trapper to craft new equipment. Once you are at the trapper, sell your pelts to him and they will appear in his inventory for crafting gear.
We’ve got a full guide on where to find the Trapper in Red Dead Redemption 2, so check it out if you’ve got some decent skins.
The lower quality hides that you have stored on the back of your horse are not without danger, however. If you die, it looks like they’re gone forever. Don’t worry too much about legendary skins – if you lose the legendary bear skin, or any other legendary skin for that matter, it will automatically be sent to the trapper so that you can make the unique garment it is tied to.. If you can’t find the Legendary skin you looted, try looking at the Trapper.
Where to sell skins in Red Dead Redemption 2
You can sell skins at most general stores and some stores that sell hunting equipment. In Red Dead Redemption 2. It’s probably a better idea to save your best skins for crafting, as you can craft unique items that you can’t get anywhere else. But if you’re looking for a few more dollars to contribute to camp, there are worse pursuits than swapping out spare skins.
At the very start of the game, the best place to sell your skins will be in Valentine, as you have access to different types of stores.
How to get flawless skin in Red Dead Redemption 2
Getting perfect skin can be tricky at first, but once you get the hang of it, you’ll get the bull every time.
To identify an animal that produces perfect skin, you need to use binoculars.. You can find them in the “Kit” tab of your bag. With binoculars equipped, hold the left trigger and use the left stick to zoom in.
You can also equip your binoculars on the right side of your item wheel.
Once you have an animal in sight, hold the right shoulder button (R1 on PS4) to study and identify the creature. This will tell you which weapon is best used to kill cleanly.
Next to his name will be three stars. Animals with all three stars filled can produce flawless skin. Two stars is good skin, while one star is poor.
But there is still a problem. Being too rough with a skin will damage it and decrease its qualityso you can’t use too powerful a weapon or certain types of ammo to take down the beast. For example, blasting a raccoon with explosive ammunition will damage the skin, regardless of its original quality.
Secondly, you have to try to slaughter the animal at once to get perfect skin. Filling the poor creature with holes will result in shoddy skin. To do this, you must inflict critical or fatal damage on the animal. This is achieved by targeting the head, neck or vital organs (heart, lungs).
Most of the time, headshots will do the trick, especially if you’re using Dead Eye. Level 4 Dead Eye is ideal for hunting because it allows you to see vital organs. It unlocks in Chapter 5 and you can read more about it here.
Now that you’ve found a three-star animal, use the weapon he tells you to use when you study it to kill her, and you should receive a three star skin when you skin.
You can also display this information for each animal in the compendium. To find the Compendium, enter the pause menu and select “Progress”. But the fastest way to see the information is to press the right shoulder button (R1 on PS4) while looking at an animal through binoculars.
We have listed the different types of ammo you can use to cleanly eliminate different types of games below:
Red Dead Redemption 2 – weapons and ammo for perfect skins
|PERFECT SKIN TYPE||TYPE D’ANIMAL||WEAPON TYPE||TYPE OF AMMUNITION|
|Small||Rats, bats, squirrels, rockets, bullfrogs, toads, snakes, blue jays, cardinals, robins, woodpeckers, other small birds||Bow arrow||Small game arrows|
|Moderate||Iguanas, Gila monsters, rabbits, armadillos, badgers, muskrats, possums, raccoons, skunks, eagles, cranes, guy ropes, owls, other large birds||Fusil varmint||0.22 munitions|
|Way||Cayotes, Foxes, Pigs, Beavers||Bow & Arrows, Throwing Knives, Rifles, Sniper Rifles, Lasso||Normal arrows, poisoned arrows, throwing knives, poisoned throwing knives, ammunition for rifles, except explosive, ammunition for sniper rifles, except explosive devices|
|Grand||Turtles, Small Alligators, Boars, Bucks, Cougars, Panthers, Big Horn Rams, Wolves, Deer, Pronghorns, Goats, Sheep, Peccary||Bow & Arrows, Throwing Knives, Rifles, Sniper Rifles, Lasso||Normal arrows, poisoned arrows, throwing knives, poisoned throwing knives, ammunition for rifles, except explosives, ammunition for sniper rifles, except explosive devices|
|Massif||Bears, bison, bulls, elk, moose, beef, cows, large alligators.||Bow & Arrows, Throwing Knives, Rifles, Sniper Rifles, Shotguns||Poisoned arrows, improved arrows, poison throwing knives, ammunition for rifles other than explosives, ammunition for sniper rifles, except explosive devices, and slug bullets for shotguns|
As we mentioned earlier, in addition to using the right kind of ammo and weaponry, you must also make sure that you score a fatal blow to the animal. Having to break them down several times will likely reduce the quality of the skin. Aiming at the head and neck is always a good choice – aside from using the right type of ammo – but these are our favorite weapons for taking down every class of animals.
Animal Skin Weapon Types – How to Get Perfect Rabbit Skins and Perfect Bison Skins
These are the guns we typically use when hunting, but always check with your binoculars and study the animal you are hunting to find the right gun to use with each animal.
|CATEGORY OF ANIMALS||BEST WEAPON|
|Grand||Fusil Rolling Block|
|Massif||Rare Fusil Rolling Block|
Small animals like rats, bats, squirrels and snakes are all killed with a bow and arrows, using small arrows, if you want perfect skins.
Moderate animals like rabbits, iguanas, raccoons and large birds like hawks, owls and vultures are best killed with the rifle came with 0.22 ammunition for pristine skin.
For Medium sized animals like cayotes, foxes and beavers, we like to use the common rifle repeater with regular ammunition to get clean skin and flawless skin, make sure you aim for the head (which is easier with Dead Eye).
Large animals are a little different. With predators like cougar, wolf and panther, it is better to use something like the rollerball gun take a picture from afar from a distance. However, with prey like deer, sheep, and pronghorn, you can use the same gun or chase them with your horse and lasso. You can then take them apart and stab them for a clean kill.
Then for the highest level, Massive animals you have several options. These include bears, bison, elk, moose, and even the larger alligators. Either go with the same rolling rifle – or the rare variant if you have one – or if you are ready to get closer to your target, try using shotgun cartridges or upgraded arrows. We have a guide on how to improve your bow and improved arrows here.
We’ve got plenty more guides to help you get the most out of Red Dead Redemption 2, including a full list of RDR2 cheats, tips for beginners, and locations for all of the best weapons in the game.