Nottinghamshire Police have revealed the results of their fortnight long gun amnesty in the city.
It was the first time the force had held an amnesty to collect weapons in a decade, since the city had been nick-named "Shottingham" by the tabloids after a number of high profile shootings .
Nottinghamshire Police have told ITV News that more than 200 weapons were handed in as part of their first gun amnesty in a decade.
46 shotguns, 17 rifles, 34 air rifles, 78 handguns/pistols/revolvers, 2 stun guns, 2 airsoft weapons and 4 imitation/replica weapons were seized.
They will now be sold or destroyed.
Nottinghamshire Police is to hold a two week-long gun amnesty, starting from today.
It will be the first of its kind in a decade.
The force says many firearms are held in innocence or have been forgotten in people's homes.
Between 2008/9 to 2013/2014 to date, the force says gun possession in Nottinghamshire has decreased by 37% (from 118 to 74) and incidents of gun crime causing injury has fallen by 34% (from 47 to 31).
Until 17 March 2014, weapons and ammunitions can be taken to seven stations in Nottinghamshire.