Police in Queensland discovered a large stockpile of illegal firearms, military style weapons, and ammunition during a property search.
Detectives from the Drug and Serious Crime Group’s firearms investigation team and detectives from the Central region raided a property in Moonford, according to The Logan Reporter.
Investigators claim to have found 328 weapons on the property, including fully automatic rifles, semi automatic rifles and handguns as well as at least 4 tons of ammunition.
Detective Superintendent Jon Wacker said of the stash:
“This is certainly one of the largest hauls of firearms, ammunition and weapons we have uncovered. While some of the weapons were determined to be registered, a significant proportion of the guns were illegal, modified or converted in some way.”
Three men were charged with were charged with one count of unlawfully possessing more than 10 weapons including Category C, D and R weapons.
They are scheduled to appear in the Biloela Magistrates Court on December 18.
The Australian Crime Commission, Customs and Border Protection and AFP are continuing to investigate.
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