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A muon storage ring can provide electron and muon neutrino (Â¿e,Â¿Â¿) beams of precisely knowable flux which are excellent probes for Â¿ oscillations. Constraints on storage ring and injection design are described. Sample muon storage rings are presented and compared with parasitic use of the Fermilab pÂ¿ precooler as a Â¿ storage ring. "Stochastic injection" with injected pion beam decaying to circulating muon beam is favored. A practical possibility may be a low-energy (1 GeV) ring matched to a medium energy proton injector (8 GeV Booster).