A former senior bikie who claims to have become a sex worker allegedly kept a gun disguised as a keyring in his bedroom drawers.
Alexander Victor Miller was arrested in Phillip on June 16 and charged with six offences after police say they found drugs, cash and a knife in the car he was driving.
The 30-year-old former Canberra Nomads sergeant-at-arms did not apply for bail the next day and has been in custody on remand ever since.
He appeared in the ACT Magistrates Court via phone on Thursday morning and pleaded not guilty to drug trafficking and possessing the proceeds of crime.
However, Miller pleaded guilty to possessing a knife in public without a reasonable excuse and driving while disqualified.
His lawyer, Solitaire Zahnleiter, also indicated Miller would plead guilty to two counts of drug possession.
The kind of drugs Miller is accused of possessing and trafficking is not known, nor is the amount of cash allegedly found in his car.
A seventh charge of possessing a prohibited "keyring firearm", which police allegedly found during a 2017 search of Miller's then-home in Kingston, was adjourned without plea.
Miller allegedly told police during the search that he knew the item - which was later discovered to be a .32 calibre, double-barrel, single-action pistol - had been in his top drawer.
DNA found on the firearm was an "extremely strong" match to Miller, according to police, but he "could not offer any information as to where it came from or who it belonged to".
Police described the rectangular weapon as having "two cylindrical holes at the end and three buttons on top", with barrels less than 100 millimetres long.
Documents tendered to the court in relation to the firearm charge list Miller's occupation as "sex worker".
The court has previously heard he turned to that career, despite finding it "demeaning", in order to fund a drug habit described as "debilitating".
Miller, who is also a former Canberra Comanchero, will return to court on September 10.