More than 100 unwanted firearms were handed in to Devon and Cornwall Police during the force's latest surrender campaign
The aim of the programme was to take weapons off the streets and prevent them ending up in the wrong hands.
Over the two week period, shotguns, air rifles and handguns were voluntarily handed in by people, who could do so without fear of being arrested.
The surrender, which ran from July 20 to August 4, was instigated by the National Ballistics Intelligence Service (NABIS), and supported by other forces around the country, including Dorset Police.
Items were voluntarily surrendered at all ten police enquiry offices in Devon and Cornwall.
The breakdown of the types of firearms handed in during the 2019 surrender is as follows:
- Shotguns: 23
- Pump-action shotgun: 1
- Rifles: 9
- Handguns: 15
- Air rifle: 37
- Air pistols: 10
- Starter pistols: 11
- BB guns: 8
- Flare guns: 3
- Replicas: 2