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F-106 Cockpit Trainer by shelbs2 F-106 Cockpit Trainer by shelbs2
Cockpit trainer for a Convair F-106 Delta Dart. Never realized the F-106 had a stick like that. McChord AFB Museum
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simpiou1 Sep 26, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
cool pic !
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:iconfishbed-j:
Isn´t one part of the stick for controling radar? I have somewhere read something like that...
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:iconshelbs2:
I believe it was something like that
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:iconrussian-fox:
That is an oddball stick.
The Do-335 has something similar though.

And speaking of odd...the Zero's control stick lacked its gun trigger. Instead, the trigger was on the throttle. Looked like the brake handle or clutch of a motorcycle.
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:iconshelbs2:
lol yeah

and heh yeah I've seen that ^^
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:iconrussian-fox:
XD

Its odd isn't it? You'd think it'd be easy to pull too hard on the trigger lever and yank your throttle back. X3
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Forged-in-Steel Dec 1, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Some WWII sticks were super strange too.
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:iconshelbs2:
yeah. I've seen the Spitfire's control column. but still, didnt know the F-106 had one
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