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    It is SHIFT-F1, not ctrl-F1, but yes, use the "Gunsight view" control.

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    Correct, Shift+F1 not Ctrl+F1, which will give you something quite different (cockpit off, if you have that option enabled, which you shouldn't in my opinion when learning to fly). By the way, you can use this option in every plane, not just the Bf 109.


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