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More leopard gunner loving! ;)

Few days back, I received my Leopard 1 gunners control handle from Don @ afvsim

A few months ago, I sent a scrapped and broken handle to Don. In hope of repair and make it PC-compatible. And now its back. And in good shape and working perfectly in SB. and is a must have for leo1 lovers! I'm very pleased with as this handle is what I was used to use.

I also got a new version of the table clamp. So the controller is now lower on the desk, making it more comfortable, compared to the older tableclamp, I use on my leo2 control handle. The newer tableclamp is also compatible with my existing leo2 controller.

Needless to say its strong and sturdy and built to last, as with everything from AFVSIM.

Now I just need a panel for the switches :)

I have uploaded some Pictures of both. Enjoy

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Leo1-4.jpeg.9f1863e57a04ceebc36889c681a5

Leo1-5.jpeg.6ae20c5ea38b9cc13be289ff2a84

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More leopard gunner loving! ;)

Few days back, I received my Leopard 1 gunners control handle from Don @ afvsim

A few months ago, I sent a scrapped and broken handle to Don. In hope of repair and make it PC-compatible. And now its back. And in good shape and working perfectly in SB. and is a must have for leo1 lovers! I'm very pleased with as this handle is what I was used to use.

I also got a new version of the table clamp. So the controller is now lower on the desk, making it more comfortable, compared to the older tableclamp, I use on my leo2 control handle. The newer tableclamp is also compatible with my existing leo2 controller.

Needless to say its strong and sturdy and built to last, as with everything from AFVSIM.

I have uploaded some Pictures of both. Enjoy

Very cool

that's a serious piece of hardware.

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I don't know what the inside of a CVC looks like, but a familiarity with consumer electronics suggests that you should be able to find an appropriately sized headset with whatever input/output you want (3mm, USB, so on) and simply replace components as needed. Certainly this was my approach with surplus Soviet tank helmets, rather than harassing the electrical engineers on campus/bribing them with beer until they do my bidding.

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I will note it is necessary to have them do your bidding before giving them beer. Campus engineers are distinctly squishier than military engineers, particularly in terms of ability to withstand alcohol's insidious effects.

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good thing about it is that it works with the dutch cv9035 from VBS2 aswell so i can use it in both vbs2 and steel beast.... gonna be epic:) cant wait for the new leopard 2 with baracuda though, they are damn sexy, but nothing beat my cv9035 from afghanistan though:)

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Seriously...  how much do these handles truly cost? What is price-tag between different models, and what would be good to buy? - I'm starting to feel insane enough to actually save to get one, now when I have seen all the great stuff that comes with 4.0

 

Also... where do you guys get all those switches and panels too? and how costly those are? 

 

 

 

O.o   that wall paper idea is rather good actually.  

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Yeah, but AFVSim has a license for all the "normal" countries. Costs wise, I don't want to speak for them. But they can be contacted for a quote; also, there might be special deals when they are creating a batch of type X anyway or so; at least I suppose it can't hurt to ask.

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I found this....

Yoke made in USA...

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http://www.scip-engineering.com/portfolio/w10-series/

http://www.scip-engineering.com/portfolio/w20-series/

 

ATARI StarWars Yoke works the same way...

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http://mirrors.arcadecontrols.com/OscarControls/ebay/yoke/

 

how to build your own yoke...

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http://arcadecontrols.com/hosted/yoke/

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I considered buying a special edition steel battalion controller once there made for the xbox-360 would have worked on a pc and I could have programed

The buttons for SB but at 300-euro I decided against it on cost grounds.

If cost were not an issue I would buy a AFV controller.

But to date the best controller I have use for SB  is  Xbox 1 controller

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On 4/24/2013 at 7:08 AM, W@NKER said:

More leopard gunner loving! ;)

Few days back, I received my Leopard 1 gunners control handle from Don @ afvsim

A few months ago, I sent a scrapped and broken handle to Don. In hope of repair and make it PC-compatible. And now its back. And in good shape and working perfectly in SB. and is a must have for leo1 lovers! I'm very pleased with as this handle is what I was used to use.

I also got a new version of the table clamp. So the controller is now lower on the desk, making it more comfortable, compared to the older tableclamp, I use on my leo2 control handle. The newer tableclamp is also compatible with my existing leo2 controller.

Needless to say its strong and sturdy and built to last, as with everything from AFVSIM.

Now I just need a panel for the switches :)

I have uploaded some Pictures of both. Enjoy

Leo1-1.jpeg.437e2911f81239f1c25e08d964d8

Leo1-3.jpeg.JPG.9752f10e281a98d5e62dec6b

Leo1-2.jpeg.9323171727e1ad6c0a209d862875

Leo1-4.jpeg.9f1863e57a04ceebc36889c681a5

Leo1-5.jpeg.6ae20c5ea38b9cc13be289ff2a84

Leo1-1.jpeg.437e2911f81239f1c25e08d964d8

Leo1-3.jpeg.JPG.9752f10e281a98d5e62dec6b

Leo1-2.jpeg.9323171727e1ad6c0a209d862875

Leo1-4.jpeg.9f1863e57a04ceebc36889c681a5

Leo1-5.jpeg.6ae20c5ea38b9cc13be289ff2a84

 

So is the dog your loader?  And if so, how fast can he change out the ordinance?

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