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F-14 Combat Grip (Stand-Alone)



Existing Heatblur F-14 customers who purchased their DCS F-14 modules from either Eagle Dynamics or Heatblur stores respectively will receive 10% off of the grip’s retail price; this rebate option will be implemented to the webshop’s checkout accordingly once the grip is ready for ordering. 

Meant for VKB customers who already own a compatible joystick and wish to use it with a VKB F-14 Combat Grip. (Scroll down for product descriptions & relevant downloads)

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Reminder: Grip Only! Joystick Base Not Included! If you need to purchase a complete joystick, click here instead. A complete Gunfighter Mk.III joystick w/ F-14 grip will be made available by VKB HQ at a later date. 

F-14 Combat Grip

Developed in conjunction with Heatblur Simulations and their awesome DCS F-14A/B Tomcat.

  • F-14 replica grip
  • Built-in, lockable twist adapter
  • Rubber inserts for a no slip firm and handy grip
  • Metal ammo switch, hat, and emergency autopilot disable trigger
  • Long travel, soft-click buttons
  • Modular hat design (fully dismantlable, all buttons user replaceable)
  • Ammo switch design based on contactless sensor
  • Spring-loaded, self-centering DLC (Direct Lift Control) maneuver wheel design based on contactless sensor
  • Two-step trigger design based on cam mechanism – similar to that used in real life war planes
  • 32-bit ARM controller as the brain of the grip
  • Made from industrial-grade ABS

Available Axes/Buttons:

  • 1x Rudder axis (lockable)
  • 1x DLC (Direct Lift Control) axis
  • 1x Hat Switch w/ push
  • 1x Dual-stage trigger
  • 1x Four-stage ammo selector w/ safety lock and push
  • 4x Programmable buttons


  • 1 Year

Compatible Joysticks:

  • Gladiator Pro Mk.II
  • Gunfighter Mk.I
  • Gunfighter Mk.II
  • Gunfighter Mk.III



  • Firmware for Gunfighter/Gladiator Pro w/ F-14 Combat Grip under development