A Hells Angels bikie charged with possessing weapons and explosives has withdrawn a court application for bail.
Dennis Basic, 33, who was arrested last month in police raids across Melbourne, was to apply for bail on Friday in Melbourne Magistrates Court.
But defence counsel, Philip Dunn, QC, said he had received a 17-page police summary and needed more time to read its contents.
Magistrate Angela Bolger struck out the application for bail.
Mr Basic, who was not in court, was remanded.
He faces seven charges of possessing firearms one charge of possessing a silencer for a rifle and five counts of either storing or manufacturing components used in explosives.
He and other Hells Angels are scheduled to appear before court on December 19.
Members of rival gang the Comancheros, who were arrested in the same raids, are due in court on December 20.