OK here it is:
and the whole thing:
REMEMBER - this is the scope rail I made from a hunk of steel and riveted to the trigger housing! We aren't talking a normal one:
I used the Eyeball 1.0 method to align it, and it was eyeball calibrated to a mailbox at 100 yards before I mounted the rivets "just to be sure". Obviously it was still off...
A shim like this is going to affect zero because the alignment pins will make it "permanent". It is REALLY solid once you dial everything down and press the pins into place. The pins are just two cross pins like you'd use on the barrel FSB and gas block. But it seems OK... ?