Free Cleaning and Inspection of UDMC Rifles

All owners of UDMC rifles whose units are already one year old or older may have their units cleaned and inspected. If a part needs to be replaced, we will replace it FREE OF CHARGE. Please coordinate with Juvy-An Catipay, Tin Madla or Reynaldo Noveno. Send them a PM for a Permit-to-Transport. We will take care of it.

Photo of a UDMC rifle below courtesy of Jun Miranda Martinez.

The BERGARA Bolt-Action Rifles

Soon in the Philippines through United Defense.

The BERGARA bolt-action rifles, tactical and sporting models available.

In the picture at the ongoing SHOT Show in Las Vegas: on left is Andoitz Agirregomezkorta Usatorre, General Manager of Bergara Dikar S. Coop, and Jeric Chua, Director of United Defense Mfg Corp.

UDMC S5-DGIS

UDMC S5-DGIS

Antonio Macaraeg shares his UDMC S5-DGIS.

F5-PVAR Development

During the early days of the F5-PVAR development in 2009. Our CEO with U.S. Navy SEAL veteran and President of the Trident Group U.S.A., Tom Rothrauff. Spectators (cheerleaders) were from the NAVSOG and PNP-SAF. 

 

Validation by LTC Criste Isagani and Col Jesus Durante

 

I love this rifle.... however... exclusive shooting for the PSG-PE Commander lang po ito kanina ... hehehe ... target plates size: 10"×10", 10 rounds, 10 plates all down at 650 meters! .... PAKSYET!

 

 

05 JAN 17
Camp O'Donnell, Capas, Tarlac, Rifle Range

  • Crosswind:   8-10mph right to left
  • Shooter:       PSG- PE Commander, Col Jesus Durante
  • Spotter:       Army Shooting Ctgent Commander, LTC Isagani Criste
  • Rifle:            UDMC S7-DGIS, 7.62 NATO
  • Barrel:          UDMC-Bergara, 22-inches

 

  • Manufacturer:   United Defense Mfg Corp., Philippines
  • Scope:      NightForce
  • Ammo:      M118LR
  • Target:      10 inches by 10 inches plates
  • Distance:   50, 100, to 650 meters
  • Weapon Owner:    Presidential Security Group
  • Weapon Deployment:   Open Area Security

UDMC S5 Review by Gary Moore

UDMC S5 Review by Gary Moore

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A little history on me. I am a retired US Army Infantryman. I have been shooting and teaching the shooting of ARs for over 20 years. Today I finally had the pleasure of getting to the range worth my wife's UDMC S5. This was the first time that I have had the chance to shoot the S5 with 14.5 Stainless barrel and a mid-length gas tube. I made a couple of mods and did put in a Geissele SSA trigger.

 

This combination made for the smoothest shooting ARs that I have had the pleasure of shooting. I was able to zero in the TA31F-G ACOG in the standard 18 rounds. After it was zeroed, we did some fun pew, pew, pews. Follow up shots were a breeze with the mid-length gas tube. I am looking forward to getting back to the range to get the BUIS dialed in and for some more CQM.

by Gary Moore

Our UDMC Rifle Buying Experience by Andrew Mueller

Our UDMC Rifle Buying Experience by Andrew Mueller

My father who was born in Switzerland and underwent compulsory army training in his younger years could be best described as a gun enthusiast. It therefore was normal for him to have a long gun in his home and he convinced my mother to continue with this time tested tradition.

During UDMC’s sales promotion last July 2016 my mother purchased a S5 DGIS rifle, chambered in the proven 5.56mm NATO round with a 14.5 inches stainless premium barrel. After the processing for the firearm license and transport permit by UDMC we finally were able to pick up the rifle at our nearest airport. While it is true that the rifle price is almost three times higher than a comparable price for a similar rifle in the USA one has to consider that almost all the raw materials have to be imported. Due to their promotion at that time, we were able to get a few items which comes for free with the purchase of each rifle which combined together made the deal so much more appealing.

After our installation of the aforementioned accessories we went to the firing range for the zeroing of the rifle. Having established a stable shooting platform we were using the 25 meters zeroing target and our first three shots were already in a very tight group, this despite that our own capabilities as shooters are still limited. Adjusting the front sight we were able to quickly hit the center of the target consistently. We then moved the targets further away to the back stop of the range which is around a 50 meters distance. In a standing position we then shot in quick succession double tap on those different targets. To our delight, even without any optic and just using the iron sights, me and my father were able to make combat effective center mass hits very easily, proving the accuracy of the rifle for as long the shooter will do his part. During our almost three hours shooting on the range we tested numerous different magazines, even some very old 20 rounder magazines of questionable origin. The rifle was working flawless, recoil was light and overall it was just one very pleasant experience! For us it is extremely important to have a 100% confidence in our equipment and the performance of the rifle gave us exactly this confidence. We were able to use our EOtech EXPS 2 sight from our other rifle which made shooting the rifle accurately and fast even easier and it felt almost like we were cheating, hitting our targets consistently even during rapid fire.

As the saying goes "you get what you pay for" and if you are looking to purchase a high quality rifle which is backed up not only by a superb customer service but also consists of very knowledgeable team of professionals and are furthermore wishing to have peace of mind that in case of anything going wrong or needing repairs or parts after a few years down the road, I highly recommend that you give serious considerations towards UDMC.

Did I mention that UDMC also sells beautiful pistols in various calibers based on the 1911 platform and even 7.62mm NATO chambered rifles as well as many differently set-up rifles based on the M4/M16 5.56 mm platform?

I for one am surely excited with what UDMC might come up in the future!

Andrew Mueller UDMC Rifle Picture

A Happy Man's UDMC Rifle

A Happy Man's UDMC Rifle

"1st try at 4x from sandbag rest. using optics is addictive! next stop is Camp Capinpin for 200-300 yard targets"

-Oliver Buenaflor

-Oliver Buenaflor

Avail cash discounts!

Avail cash discounts!

A well-deserved tribute to the brave women and men who unselfishly protect us with their lives so that we may safely continue enjoying ours. A fitting recognition of their sacrifices for God, for the Filipinos, for country, and for liberty...

TESTIMONIAL

TESTIMONIAL

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IS IT GENUINE OR IMITATION?

IS IT GENUINE OR IMITATION?

BEWARE when buying famous brands of barrels, barrel blanks, rifles and other firearm products if these were not procured from an authorized International Distributor and duly certified. With the advent of laser engraving machines from China which are now getting common in the Philippines, you have to be careful since what you may be buying from the "gray market" as a very famous brand of product is in fact an IMITATION or a FAKE!...

IGNORANCE CAN BE EMBARRASSING! CONFRONT THE FACTS BEFORE MAKING UNINFORMED STATEMENTS.

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IGNORANCE CAN BE EMBARRASSING! CONFRONT THE FACTS BEFORE MAKING UNINFORMED STATEMENTS.

1st, UDMC does not use local raw materials to produce its rifles. Even if we want to buy local rawmats, there are NONE available locally. The Philippines has no production of special alloys foremost of which are the T6-7075 aircraft grade aluminum (for the receivers), AISI 416 stainless steel Premium (for the barrels), AISI carbon steel (for the barrels), AISI 8620 and Carpenter steel (for the bolts), etc. The MIM technology for the production of small parts has not yet been perfected in the Philippines...

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AN EXAMPLE OF A PHILIPPINE-MADE PRODUCT

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AN EXAMPLE OF A PHILIPPINE-MADE PRODUCT

The "LABUYO". Semi-automatic only, S5-DGIS rifle. Caliber 5.56 NATO 14.5-inch barrel in SS-416R UDMC-made barrel from a Bergara blank, 1:8 rifling twist, totally enshroud in a one piece floating KeyMod rail. Receivers and handguards are all in T6 aircraft aluminum. The bloody red color was achieved through the old fashioned but reliably tested method of anodizing.

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SUB-MOA ACCURACY

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SUB-MOA ACCURACY

United Defense Mfg Corp’s F5-DGIS and S5-DGIS rifles are variants of the M16 and M4 rifles and come in two types: The “F-series” are the full automatic models for military, police and law enforcement use, and the “S-series” are the semi-automatic models for commercial, individual and security agency use...

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CITIZEN'S ARREST

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CITIZEN'S ARREST

More discussion. For you to do it or not to do it under a myriad of circumstances is a citizen's judgment call. One approach, and there are several approaches, how to effectively implement this law is for concerned and patriotic citizens to become members (even just part time) of the Barangay System of governing the peace and order in the neighborhood...

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IN DEFENSE OF SELF, FAMILY and OTHER CITIZENS

IN DEFENSE OF SELF, FAMILY and OTHER CITIZENS

Many Filipinos in general and gun owners in particular are not familiar with Article 11 of the Revised Penal Code. Unless repealed, revised or revoked, the law says, and as paraphrased:...

GUN OWNERSHIP IS A CIVIC RESPONSIBILITY!

GUN OWNERSHIP IS A CIVIC RESPONSIBILITY!

Our belief is that owning a gun is not just for recreation, sports shooting or self-defense. It is not meant simply to defend yourself or your loved ones. Our belief is that owning a gun is a CIVIC RESPONSIBILITY...