Sorry, no closeup pic of the mounting, but I can tell you what I did.
I used a couple of generic weaver rails, and attached them underneath the front stock with machine screws and washers inside for support. I used nylock nuts to keep the rails secured. I had to cut the rails using a hacksaw, and drill some carefully spaced holes that matched areas inside the stock. There is webbing inside the stock, and you need to drill your screw holes in between the webbing. I also filed the bottom of the rails down at an angle, to get a straight, parallel mount. I had to use a small shim on the shorter, front rail that the laser is mounted on. You need to have the rail parallel with the barrel as close as possible, or the laser will never adjust accurately. If your rail is not parallel, you will adjust your laser at 10 feet, and it can be way off at 25 feet, depending on the angle discrepancy.