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I will get a pic up later but I have to head out to the gunshow to get another one. I mounted my Lumizone into the mount last night...and it hit the spot. Cheap, well made and moves the scope just where it should be if you are a rifle shooter. Look up a Accushot 1" Bi-Directional Offset Mount by Accushot/Leapers. Yeah its Chicom made, but for a x-bow this is the snitzsss. Mine is the high profile mount. They make them for 30mm if you wanted a red dot to mount. My cost was 15.00.

Here is a link I found quick before I head out. Until I get my pic up tonight.

http://http://www.opticsplanet.net/leapers-accushot-picatinny-weaver-1-bi-directional-offset-optimum-profile-mount-rgwmo.html
 

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Link won't work and I can't see why, sorry.
 

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Moon...Chinese stuff works fine as in this case...the link was for Optics Planet but I guess it was too long for the cut and paste into Crossbow Nation. Oh well, the mount is great though.
 

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Please don't bump the scope. The 2 hardened pins holding the trigger assembly may spread the aluminum housing holes because your setup will have a lot of leverage. One bump and your trigger assembly will likely have some vertical play in it which also means that play will be in your scope rail and scope. If you start getting vertical POI check it. You'll be able to see and feel it if you tug on the front of the scope (up and down).
 
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