Angstadt Arms UDP-9 9MM AR15 Arrives at Dealers

| June 24, 2015 | 1 Comments

According to our friend Rich Angstadt of Angstadt Arms, their beautiful UDP-9 (see our write up from SHOT Show 2015) should be in stock at select dealers right now, or by the end of this week at the latest:

JSE Surplus
Atomic Tactical
– Kopter Supply

Additional dealers will receive inventory as June and July roll on.

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Rich also told us to expect a UDP-9 with a Law Tactical adapter sometime after September.

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The UPD-9 SIG Brace model retails for $1249, the SBR version $1349 and the carbine version $1499.

We’ve selected some of our favorite UDP-9 builds; accessories like the NEA stock or Law Adapter are an additional cost.

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The UDP-9 was one of our favorite firearms at SHOT Show 2015. It accepts Glock magazines, and depending on options can weight as low as 4.5 pounds.

The UDP-9 had a great finish, had a very tight lockup between the lower and upper, and is constructed of quality components. 9mm AR15 builds have a reputation for being finicky, and I’m glad to see another “factory” gun enter the market.

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Angstadt Arms is a family-owned, North Carolina, USA company.

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  1. B R Kurtz B R Kurtz says:

    Unlike most “glock carbines” this one looks like it holds the magazine at a more vertical angle–which is a VERY GOOD THING. Im also impressed that they are coming out with a pistol, carbine and SBR. That is forward thinking! Also the ability to switch to 40SW and 357SIG is genius. The 357SIG has huge potential in a SBR. I hope these become available in Maryland

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