Read this guide to learn about the Throwing Knife Lethal equipment in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2019 (CoD: MW)! Find out how and when to use, gameplay tips, & tricks!
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Throwing Knife - Lethal Overview
Throwing Knife Lethal Equipment
Throwing Knife Basic Information
|Description||Retrievable knife that is lethal on impact.|
The Throwing Knife is a thrown knife that will fly toward the center of your crosshairs. If it hit an enemy personnel, it is a insta-kill.
Throwing Knife - Traits & Tips
Throwing Knife - Lethal Traits
Lethal To Enemy Personnel
Throwing Knife is extremely deadly as it insta-kills your target. It can potentially out-damage even the most highest RPM weapons, provided that you can hit with it. In close quarters, it is a no brainer.
Throwing Knife is Recoverable
You will be able to recover the throwing knife regardless if it hits the enemy or not. Going near where the knife lands will automatically add it back to your inventory. This makes this a quiet and recyclable option.
Can Get Stuck On Riot Shields
Throwing knifes will get stuck on riot shields. If your throwing knife hits the riot shield of an enemy, you will need to defeat the enemy first before you can safely retrieve the knife.Check Out the Riot Shield Here!
Works Well With Riot Shields
This is purely situational, but the riot shield works especially well with the throwing knife. If any other enemy throws a throwing knife that hits your riot shield, the knife will automatically be added to your equipment.
Throwing Knife - Lethal Tips
Set Command Key For Fast Throwing
Optimize your command key so you can throw your Throwing Knife lethal item fast. The side button on a higher-end mouse is recommended, but the standard G key is viable if you practice.Check out Best Setting Guide Here!
Use in Close Quarters
The Throwing Knife is best used in tight spaces such as small rooms or narrow corridors. Get close, put enemy in crosshairs, and throw them a pointy edge.
Trace Target In Your Crosshair Until Hit
There exist a very small window of time between drawing your knife and throwing it, so keep your target in your crosshair to make sure the knife goes towards its final location.