The gun dates from 1973, and is in excellent condition. Would it be suitable for game shooting?

Technical

MIKE GEORGE says:

Ugartechea is a gunmaker based in the Basque country of northern Spain and, like their better-known fellow countrymen AYA, have built some very fine ‘English look-alike’ guns.

Accepting that the gun has no hidden faults, it seems ideal to me – but with one exception.

Unless you are lucky enough to shoot very high pheasants all the time, the choking is a bit tight.

For personal preference, I would get a gunsmith to bore the chokes out to quarter and half.