Originally Posted by Relativist
From the silence it seems like there might be a straight forward way to do this, might require some custom machining.
Ready to use Scout mounts are usually a bit hard to come up with for most guns.
Of course, hiring a gunsmith is the easiest route but not inexpensive. I've heard of up to $300.00 for having custom fit silver soldered mounts put on the barrel.
Or, a gunsmith may be able to modify an existing weaver or picatinny rail to fit, but I'm still thinking it would be $200.00 or so.
Now, if you are the mechanical type of person or a machinist, you could make your own mount.
I'm not a machinist, but I recently modified a Picatinny rail blank to be a scout mount for a rifle of mine. It was quite the PITA since all I had to use was hacksaw, files, and sandpaper wrapped "dowels". It took a long time to sand the curves to fit the barrel in my case.