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The receiver blocks are from Armalite and will work on AR15 and AR10 flat-top uppers. I replaced the YHM gas block with a VLTOR clamp-on gas block. I'm not sure I'm going to keep this Troy TRX hand guard. If I can find a decent quad rail that fits I may be offering this up for sale. You'll need a barrel nut wrench and receiver blocks for the vise. I have several AR-10/15 barrel nut wrenches in my toolbox and I don't remember who made the one I used on this rifle. There was contact between the gas block and hand guard with upward pressure on the hand guard. No malfunctions and it will still shoot MOA or better with good ammo when I do my part. It can be done with slight adjustments to the 463 map and changing most of its rulers and generals to the correct time. Around 455 they were subjugated by the Visigoths Many of their units could be from the Germaic Foederati. Odavacer was a military coup and the Ostrogoths were separate. So if julius Nepos has Salona (WRE) what faction do we uses for Odavacer? Odavacer was a military coup and the Ostrogoths were separate. So if julius Nepos has Salona (WRE) what faction do we uses for Odavacer? how hard would it be to create a ready made scenario with a new start date based on Rio's mod: Consider the only changes from the 463 AD starting situation: - Date 477 AD - The Goths control Italy instead of the Balkans - Rump WRE in Dalmatia (Salona) under Julius Nepos - All other factions the same: Do S, Roman Britain, ERE, etc I'm not looking for total realism, in fact, I would be willing to sacrifice some historical accuracy for play ability and ease of setting it up. I'm asking because it might be kind of cool and different and lots of possibilities based on the faction you control. If your Dalmatia under Julius Nepos, what strategy do you take to survive and build up your strength to retake Italy. how hard would it be to create a ready made scenario with a new start date based on Rio's mod: Consider the only changes from the 463 AD starting situation: - Date 477 AD - The Goths control Italy instead of the Balkans - Rump WRE in Dalmatia (Salona) under Julius Nepos - All other factions the same: Do S, Roman Britain, ERE, etc I'm not looking for total realism, in fact, I would be willing to sacrifice some historical accuracy for play ability and ease of setting it up. I'm asking because it might be kind of cool and different and lots of possibilities based on the faction you control. If your Dalmatia under Julius Nepos, what strategy do you take to survive and build up your strength to retake Italy. If you want to do some research on the rulers and generals that would be great.In that regard, minimum re-positioning of units from 463 AD. If you are ERE, do you build an alliance with the Goths? In that regard, minimum re-positioning of units from 463 AD. If you are ERE, do you build an alliance with the Goths? You could post your research here Odoacer's Kingdom would have access to the roman buildings. If you want to do some research on the rulers and generals that would be great.

Divide up the old Romano British territory between the Roman Britains (White), the Saxons and the Picts. Just keep it simple, just a one off from the 463 AD start date Odoacer's generals - Tufa (magister militum) - Livilla - Onoulphous (brother) Julius Nepos (WRE) - Marcellinus (magister militum) - Ovida (Goth) I would leave the other faction's leaders the same in order to keep it simple.

Fractional columnarios include 4 reales, 2 reales, 1 and 1/2 real.

Although sometimes referred to as Spanish Milled Dollars, Pillar Dollars, or Pieces of Eight, the technically correct term is columnarios, plural -- or, columnario, singular.

Foederati under Odoacer had rebelled and took over the Western Roman Empire so it was just before the Ostrogoths. It could be added as a third to the already two times frames- 434AD and 463AD. I could without going too crazy change some of the 2d art symbols.

Huns, Gepids, Goths Also give them a few units that have special characteristics. Then I could add in the correct rulers and generals.