Illegal guns, drugs, cash and more than 300 rounds of ammunition have been seized during a police raid in southeast Tasmania.
A 23-year-old man faces drug-trafficking and firearms offences following the operation at New Norfolk on Thursday.
Detective Acting Inspector Mathew Adams said two of the four guns were stolen and the "significant" drug haul included cannabis, cocaine, MDMA and prescription pills.
"We're working on where the drugs and firearms have come from," he told reporters.
"The concerning factor is that it was a combination of illicit drugs and firearms."
He said the raid was part of an ongoing investigation.
"We know that there are people out there in the community who have information about illegal firearms and illicit drugs. We ask people to come forward with that information," Det Insp Adams said.
The man will appear in Hobart Magistrates Court at a later date.
Tasmania has a permanent firearms amnesty in place, in which unregistered or unwanted guns can be surrendered to police without any action being taken in relation to possession offences.
Australian Associated Press
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