Ignacio Ugartechea Aulestiarte belongs to the second generation of Ugartechea shotguns. He began his career at a very early age. He studied at the Eibar Armory School, but in fact his main school was his own factory, where he learned all the ins and outs of the shotgun.
The Ugartechea factory was self-sufficient, starting and finishing the shotgun, it did not need auxiliary workshops. This means that it had its own pebble, chrome, temper, auger. The woods used for butts and forts were always made of high quality walnut with oil finish.
Ugartechea was the first to manufacture superimposed shotguns. He makes his own shotgun overlaid in caliber 410, a caprice that many would have wanted for themselves. Many people are still interested in this shotgun. In spite of being a small caliber, Ignacio has thrown with her in numerous hunts and snakes by all the peninsula