Csgo Bind Left Hand

1) Many pros use left hand. It supposidly lets them work with recoil easier ( i dont believe this, but ive been told ) This is true with awp'ers. 2) If you are right handed your dominant eye is the right eye, having the gun on the left hand gives your right eye more vision on the screen. Alias 'right' 'clrighthand 1; bind mouse3 left' Makes the mouse 3 key a button to toggle the viewmodel between right and left, for those who like this for peeking. This is mainly for people who like having their weapon left-handed in left-peek situations, and right handed in right-peek situations.

  1. Csgo Viewmodel Left Hand Bind
  2. Csgo Bind Left Hand Knife
  3. How To Switch Arms In Csgo

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Best Viewmodel Settings

The best viewmodel settings vary from person to person, but the general consensus is that the more 'out of the way' your viewmodel is the better. This is because the viewmodel will obstruct your view less, allowing for better visibility.

To set optimal, most out-of-the-way, viewmodel settings, copy and paste the below command into your developer console:

viewmodel_offset_x 2.5; viewmodel_offset_y -2; viewmodel_offset_z -2; viewmodel_fov 54Copy

We have outlined what each of these commands does below.

How to Change Viewmodel

Your viewmodel is your character's hands, the gun that you're holding, and anything else fixed in-front of the camera when in first-person mode. There are four commands commands that change the position of your viewmodel, they are outlined in the table below:

NameMin/MaxDescriptionBest Setting
viewmodel_offset_x-2.5 to 2.5Changes how far right or left your gun isviewmodel_offset_x 2.5Copy
viewmodel_offset_y-2 to 2Changes how close your gun is to your characterviewmodel_offset_y -2Copy
viewmodel_offset_z-2 to 2Changes how far up or down your gun isviewmodel_offset_z -2Copy
viewmodel_fov54 to 68Changes the field of view of your viewmodelviewmodel_fov 54Copy

To change your field of view to something other than our recommended settings outlined above, simply replace the number at the end of the command with a number between the command's 'Min/Max' from the table.

How to Move Viewmodel to Left or Right (cl_righthand)

By default, your gun is on the right hand side of your screen in CS:GO. For some players, especially those that are left handed, this may not be preferable. You can move the gun to the left hand side of your screen with the following command:

cl_righthand 0Copy

To move your gun to the right hand side of your screen, use the following console command:

cl_righthand 1Copy

How to Change Your Field of View (FOV) with Commands

There are two types of field of view: your viewmodel's FOV, which changes the position of your viewmodel (your hands and gun in first person mode) and your camera's FOV, which changes how zoomed in and out your camera is. Only your viewmodel's FOV can be changed in servers without cheats (matchmaking, etc). To change your camera's FOV, you need to be in a server with sv_cheats 1.

How to Change Viewmodel FOV

Your viewmodel's field of view in CS:GO can be set to a value between 54 and 68. To set it to 68, its maximum value, type the following command into the developer console:

viewmodel_fov 68Copy

To set your viewmodel's field of view to 54, which is its lowest possible value, use the following command:

viewmodel_fov 54Copy

Change 54 or 68 to your desired FOV (must be between 54 and 68), it might take some playing around with to get your most preferable field of view.

Csgo Viewmodel Left Hand Bind

How to Change Camera FOV (sv_cheats)

Changing the field of view your camera has can only be done on a server with sv_cheats enabled. You can enable sv_cheats by typing the following command into the console:

Hand

sv_cheats 1Copy

After enabling sv_cheats, you can change your field of view by replacing NUMBER in the below command with the FOV you wish to set (default is 90):

fov_cs_debug NUMBERCopy

Since the default FOV for CS:GO is 90, the below command would make your field of view larger by setting it to 120 (meaning you can see more in your camera):

fov_cs_debug 120Copy

And this command would make your FOV smaller by setting it to 50 (meaning you'd be able to see less than usually:

Csgo Bind Left Hand Knife

Left

fov_cs_debug 50Copy

How To Switch Arms In Csgo

NameSyntaxDescription
unbindunbind [Key]This command removes any bind bound to the specified key.
bindbind [Bind Key] ['Bind Command']This command will bind a command, or list of commands, to a key on your keyboard or button on your mouse. Binds can make your CS:GO experience much more convenient, and is a very important command in the game.
bind_osxbind_osx [Bind Key] ['Bind Command']This command will bind a command, or list of commands, to a key on your keyboard or button on your mouse. This command is for OSX (Mac).
key_listboundkeyskey_listboundkeysThis console command lists all of the keys and buttons you have that have a specific action bound to them (e.g. the space bar being bound to jump).
BindToggleBindToggle [Bind Key] ['Bind Command']This command assigns a hotkey (key on your keyboard, or button on your mouse) to switch through the various values a specified console command has (when pressed or clicked). This is useful for setting up binds that toggle a certain feature. For example,'voice_enable' would be toggled between 0 and 1 (disabled and enabled).
+use+useThis command will prompt you to perform the 'use' action on an item or object if its applicable. For example, this command will make you plant the bomb if you're on a bombsite carrying the bomb when you use it. It can also open doors if you're in front of one. It acts in a similar way to the E key on a default keyboard setup. Use the -use command afterwards, as otherwise you will not be able to use this command again.
-use-useIf you have previously used the +use command, you must run this command after (to deactivate it), so that you can use the +use command again.
cl_scoreboard_mouse_enable_bindingcl_scoreboard_mouse_enable_binding [Bind Key]This command allows you to change what key turns mouse selection on while you have the scoreboard open . This is defaulted to +attack2 (usually right-click), and is what lets you use your mouse to click on people's names when you toggle open the scoreboard.
invnextinvnextThis command switches to the next item in your inventory. If you have your rifle equipped it will swap to your pistol, and if you have your pistol equipped it will swap you to your knife.
invnextgrenadeinvnextgrenadeThis command switches what you have equipped to the next grenade in your inventory. That means if your rifle is drawn you will switch to a grenade, and then using the command again will cycle you through to the next available grenade on you.
invnextiteminvnextitemThis command switches to the next item in your inventory. This does not include guns, so will move between items such as your knife and grenades only.
invnextnongrenadeinvnextnongrenadeThis command equips the next item in your inventory that isn't a grenade. It also ignores knives, so will only switch between the guns you have in your inventory.
invprevinvprevThis command works backwards through your inventory, equipping you with the item that is the previous selection of what you currently have out. That means that using this command when you have your knife out equips your pistol, and using it with your pistol out equips your rifle (if you have one).
+showscores+showscoresThis command will make the in game scoreboard appear. Unlike holding TAB, it will stay on your screen without you needing to press anything. Disable it with the -showscores command.
+zoom+zoomThis command will make make your AWP, or any other weapon with a scope (e.g. scout) scope in. The weapon will continue to be scoped in/out until the command -zoom is used. The command may activate the 'zoom' feature of other weapons like the stab of a knife or the burst fire switch of the glock.
-score-scoreThis command hides the CS:GO scoreboard if you brought it up with a command like +score.
-showscores-showscoresThis command dismisses the scoreboard if you've brought up it permanently through a command like +showscores or +score.
callvotecallvoteThis command brings up the option to call a vote in game, either to kick a player or to change map. You can select which vote you're calling after entering the command, and if the vote you call then receives a large majority of player votes to one side or another that decision is forced (e.g. the player you're voting to kick would be kicked if the large majority of players voted yes).
key_findbindingkey_findbinding [Bind Key]This console command produces a list in your developer console of what certain keys are bound to, such as the B key on your keyboard being bound to opening the buy menu.
unbindallunbindallThis command removes all binds from all keys. Note that this will remove binds from keys like W, A, S and D, so you won't be able to move until re-binding.
+alt1+alt1This command activates the ALT1 (left ALT) key on your keyboard (the same as holding down the ALT key). Use -alt1 to deactivate.
+alt2+alt2This command activates the ALT2 (right ALT) key on your keyboard (the same as holding down the ALT key). Use -alt2 to deactivate.
+attack+attackThis console command causes you to attack repeatedly. Use the command -attack to stop this. If you have a gun equipped while using this command it will make you fire until you need to reload.
+attack2+attack2This command will activate your secondary attack repeatedly. To stop this, use the -attack2 command. For example, this command makes you scope in with an AWP, or stab if you have your knife out.
+back+backThis command will make your character move backwards continuously. Type -back into your console to disable this.
+duck+duckThis movement console command will make your character crouch, similarly to how holding the left CTRL key on a keyboard works. -duck will make you stand up again.
+forward+forwardThis movement command makes your character move forward infinitely. Use -forward to disable this.
+jump+jumpThis movement command causes your character to jump once into the air. It will also unbind your jump key, so enter -jump into your console to fix this.
+movedown+movedownThis command only works in noclip mode and in demos: this command will make you (or your free-roam camera in demos) move downwards. Use -movedown to stop moving downwards.
+moveleft+moveleftThis command will make your character move to the left. The -moveleft console command will stop your character from moving to the left after running this command.
+moveright+moverightThis command will make your character move to the right. The -moveright console command will stop your character from moving to the left after running this command.
+moveup+moveupThis command only works in noclip mode and in demos: this command will make you (or your free-roam camera in demos) move upwards. Use -moveup to stop moving upwards.
+reload+reloadThis command will prompt your character to reload their weapon if any bullets have been fired, and if not deactivated, will cause your character to reload instantly after firing a single bullet. Deactivate this command with the -reload command.
+right+rightThis command makes your camera spin endlessly to the right. Using the command -right will stop this effect.
-alt1-alt1This command will deactivate the alt1 key, which is usually activated with the +alt1 command.
-alt2-alt2This console command stops the action that the command +alt2 commands.
-attack-attackThis is the command needed to stop firing or attacking if you've the +attack command.
-attack2-attack2This is the command you need to stop the infinite attack cycle that +attack2 causes, such as repeatedly stabbing if you have your knife equipped.
-back-backUsing this console command stops your character walking backwards if you previously used the +back command.
-duck-duckIf you're crouched, this cheat command will make you stand back up.
-forward-forwardThis is the command to use to stop your character walking forward if you've got them in an endless movement cycle.
-graph-graphThis cheat command will dismiss the statistics graph that can be summoned by using the +graph command.
-movedown-movedownThis command will deactivate the +movedown command (will stop you or your camera from moving downwards).
-moveleft-moveleftThis cheat command stops your character from moving if they've been set to move endlessly to the left.
-moveright-moverightThis command prevents your character from moving any further if they've been set to move endlessly to the right.
-moveup-moveupThis command will deactivate the +moveup command (will stop you or your camera from moving upwards).
-reload-reloadThis command will deactivate the +reload command (as after using the +reload command, you will instantly reload after firing any bullets).
-right-rightThis console command stops your camera from spinning in circles if you've set it to rotate endlessly to the right.
-speed-speedThis command will return the speed of your character back to running speed/normal if you've slowed it down with a command like +speed.
-strafe-strafeThis command disables the effect from the +strafe command, where your mouse will move your character sideways rather than look around with the camera.
-zoom-zoomThis command breaks the infinite loop cycle of scoping in and out on a scoped weapon like the AWP or stabbing with your knife that +zoom causes.
+speed+speedThis console command will slow down the movement speed of your character. Type the command -speed to return your movement speed back to normal.
+strafe+strafeThis command prevents your mouse from being able to adjust where your player model is looking. Instead, your mouse will cause you to move to the side, or strafe. Turn this off with the -strafe command.
+voicerecord+voicerecordThis a useful console command that, when activated, will start continuously transmitting what you say to your teammates in game, meaning you don't need to hold down a mic hotkey. The command -voicerecord disables this command and stops transmitting what you say to your team. Check our examples for a way to bind this to a key.
-voicerecord-voicerecordThis console command will stop transmitting voice communication if you've used a command that lets you communicate without holding down a hotkey. Check the examples for a bind to toggle between transmitting voice and not doing so.
slot0slot0This command switches your active slot (what you are holding in your hand) to slot 0.
slot1slot1This command switches your active slot (what you are holding in your hand) to slot 1.
slot10slot10This command switches your active slot (what you are holding in your hand) to slot 10.
slot11slot11This command switches your active slot (what you are holding in your hand) to slot 11.
slot2slot2This command switches your active slot (what you are holding in your hand) to slot 2.
slot3slot3This command switches your active slot (what you are holding in your hand) to slot 3.
slot4slot4This command switches your active slot (what you are holding in your hand) to slot 4.
slot5slot5This command switches your active slot (what you are holding in your hand) to slot 5.
slot6slot6This command switches your active slot (what you are holding in your hand) to slot 6.
slot7slot7This command switches your active slot (what you are holding in your hand) to slot 7.
slot8slot8This command switches your active slot (what you are holding in your hand) to slot 8.
slot9slot9This command switches your active slot (what you are holding in your hand) to slot 9.
+jlook+jlookThis console command allows you to use a joystick to move your camera.
+klook+klookThis command prevents you from being able to move forward with your keyboard. Use the -klook command to disable it.
+left+leftThis command causes your camera to endlessly rotate in a left direction. Using the -left command will end the cycle.
autobuyautobuyIf you have set up an autobuy command with the cl_autobuy command then this command will attempt to purchase those items.
+walk+walkThis command was removed from the game as it allowed players to move up ladders at full speed silently.
forcebindforcebind [Command] [Desired Key]This command doesn't work as intended. It should bind a specified command to a random (but unused key). Use with caution.