integral domain

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integral domain

[′int·ə·grəl dō′mān]
(mathematics)
A commutative ring with identity where the product of nonzero elements is never zero. Also known as entire ring.
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Integral rings mean the mount can be made very low.
Sent to me along with the Ruger was a set of German-made Era-Tac mounts with integral rings provided by Meopta.
Scopes with integral rings bolt right on, and separate rings will allow you to put any scope of your choice up top.
T/C's mounting systems include a rail mount that accepts a scope with an integral rail, a Duo-Ring solid steel base with integral rings, and the latest offering, the Quick Release system that allows rings and scope to be removed from one gun and installed on any other gun that has the proper base in matter of seconds.

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