Ruger XGI

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Ruger XGI
Type Semi-automatic Rifle
Place of origin United States
Production history
Manufacturer Sturm, Ruger & Co.
Unit cost $425
Produced 1984-1985
No. built Unknown
Weight 3,600 g (7.94 lb) empty, w/ magazine
Length 101.3 cm (39.88 in)
Barrel length 50.8 cm (20.00 in)

Cartridge .308 Winchester
.243 Winchester
Action Gas-operated, rotating bolt
Feed system 5-round detachable box magazine
Sights Iron sights

The Ruger XGI is a semi-automatic rifle chambered in .308 Winchester or .243 Winchester. The XGI's function and aesthetics are influenced by the Ruger Mini-14, only sized up to the larger, more powerful .308 and .243 calibers. Although it was advertised in 1984–1985, it never entered production due to unresolved mechanical and production issues.[1]

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  1. ^ R.L. Wilson (2008). Ruger & His Guns: A History of the Man, the Company & Their Firearms. Book Sales, Inc. p. 173. ISBN 0-7858-2103-1. 

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