Ok, so theres been much debate between a few of us, shinobi, myself, fettdad and shabad.
Now, Ive looked at a few different pics, and some not found here. And I dont belive that the mount is an A frame, at least not the front one.
I belive the rear IS an a frame. I do not believe that the front and rear mount are the same. I believe they may have been fabricated out of two different types of clamps, and that at least one was fabricated, whilt the other is a found part modified.
That being said, ive taken all of the photos, taken what I know about resins, molds, and simplicity of recreation, and this is what ive come up with.
I believe that this is the most acurate mount kit that will be available to date.
The only part not pictured are the 'tabs' on the front clamp.
Input is welcome, but im pretty sure that this is going to be the basis for the SRV1 ESB Scope mounts and scope.
To note the rear has two tabs that will be able to be glued, or fastened together with a screw (which I think was there on the original. The front works on friction and is a fully functional clamp.
Its a clamp over a clamp. Which I think is seen in at least one picture.
The 'top' part of the mount, I think are a piece of metal bent over, and used as a rail for the scope to attach too. Im going to give pieces of plastic, but the individual will need to fashion this piece, because all scopes and scope attachmnts are diffrent.
And, here ya go. You can tell me I suck at any time.