Poduced by Star Bonifacio Echeverria, a small arms manufacturer located in the Basque region of Spain, the Ultrastar was the world's first polymer-framed pistol. While the Ultrastar uses the same operating method as the M31, but with an ejector port locking block, Ultrastar pistols are smaller and lighter guns for carry and concealment. The Ultrastar's frame is constructed with steel inserts and a ribbed magazine-well for extra stiffness and strength. Fitted with a straight barrel instead of a cone, the Ultrastar is lightweight and well-suited for its intended role, with even the safety lever designed fit flush when on "fire." The single-column magazine designs ensures that the Ultrastar's grip is slim and comfortable, while the steel inserts and ribbed magazine provide for extra stiffness and strength and give the Ultrastar's grip a solid feel. This pistol features fixed 3-dot sights, a 2-position safety, and an 8-round magazine. Its grips and metal are in good condition and its bore is in very good condition.