All Knife Commands to Try Out Knives in CS:GO - Prima Games

All Knife Commands to Try Out Knives in CS:GO

Too many stabbing tools to choose from.

by Shawn Robinson

Outside of its more competitive nature, CS:GO is a game all about style through its in-game cosmetics. Players will dump endless amounts of money into the game to ensure their skins look stylish, ranging from a few cents to thousands of dollars. If you’re considering spending that money for whatever reason, you may want a look at the different types of knives to determine which you want to purchase. There’s a way to do that, but it’s initially confusing. Here are all knife commands in CS:GO, so you can try out whatever knife you want.

Every Knife Command in CS:GO

Before trying out a knife skin, you’ll first have to get into an offline lobby. To do this, ensure you have the developer console enabled in your settings and press tilde (~) in the main menu. From there, type in “map” followed by the map name and mode. As one example, if we wanted to test out knives on Nuke, we’d type in “map de_nuke casual”. Once you’re in, open up the developer console again and type in “sv_cheats 1” followed by “mp_drop_knife_enable 1”. Then, drop your knife and pistol.

Once this is all done, we can finally get to testing out each of the knife variants. Each command will differ depending on the knife type, so you can find all commands below. Remember to drop your current knife if you wish to test out a new one. Without further ado, here they are:

  • Counter-Terrorist Knife: give weapon_knife
  • Terrorist Knife: weapon_knife_t
  • Golden Knife: give weapon_knifegg;ent_fire weapon_knife addoutput “classname weapon_knifegg”
  • Classic Knife: give weapon_knife_css;ent_fire weapon_knife addoutput “classname weapon_knifegg”
  • Bayonet: give weapon_bayonet;ent_fire weapon_knife addoutput “classname weapon_knifegg”
  • Flip Knife: give weapon_knife_flip;ent_fire weapon_knife addoutput “classname weapon_knifegg”
  • Gut Knife: give weapon_knife_gut;ent_fire weapon_knife addoutput “classname weapon_knifegg”
  • Karambit Knife: give weapon_knife_karambit;ent_fire weapon_knife addoutput “classname weapon_knifegg”
  • M9 Bayonet: give weapon_knife_m9_bayonet;ent_fire weapon_knife addoutput “classname weapon_knifegg”
  • Huntsman Knife: give weapon_knife_tactical;ent_fire weapon_knife addoutput “classname weapon_knifegg”
  • Butterfly Knife: give weapon_knife_butterfly;ent_fire weapon_knife addoutput “classname weapon_knifegg”
  • Falchion: give weapon_knife_falchion;ent_fire weapon_knife addoutput “classname weapon_knifegg”
  • Shadow Daggers: give weapon_knife_push;ent_fire weapon_knife addoutput “classname weapon_knifegg”
  • Bowie Knife: give weapon_knife_survival_bowie;ent_fire weapon_knife addoutput “classname weapon_knifegg”
  • Ursus Knife: give weapon_knife_ursus;ent_fire weapon_knife addoutput “classname weapon_knifegg”
  • Navaja Knife: give weapon_knife_gypsy_jackknife;ent_fire weapon_knife addoutput “classname weapon_knifegg”
  • Stiletto Knife: give weapon_knife_stiletto;ent_fire weapon_knife addoutput “classname weapon_knifegg”
  • Talon Knife: give weapon_knife_widowmaker;ent_fire weapon_knife addoutput “classname weapon_knifegg”
  • Ghost Knife: give weapon_knife_ghost;ent_fire weapon_knife addoutput “classname weapon_knifegg”
  • Survival Knife: give weapon_knife_canis;ent_fire weapon_knife addoutput “classname weapon_knifegg”
  • Paracord Knife: give weapon_knife_cord;ent_fire weapon_knife addoutput “classname weapon_knifegg”
  • Skeleton Knife: give weapon_knife_skeleton;ent_fire weapon_knife addoutput “classname weapon_knifegg”
  • Nomad Knife: give weapon_knife_outdoor;ent_fire weapon_knife addoutput “classname weapon_knifegg”

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If you want to inspect any of these knives outside of holding them in your hand, the Inspect key should be F by default. If that doesn’t work, you can find the button within your keybinds.

Shawn Robinson

Shawn's been playing games for well over a decade now, dabbling in all sorts of genres but always willing to try new things. Some of his favorite games include first-person shooters like Left 4 Dead and Titanfall, though narrative games like Life is Strange are held near and dear.