"During the surrender we had 14 viable guns handed in, comprising of shotguns, revolvers and self-loading pistols as well as 9 blank firers, 12 air weapons and a quantity of ammunition," said Merseyside Police.
The photos released by the agency showed off a sampling fit for the likes of Colonel Mustard or Professor Plum.
“I am grateful to those members of the public who have reacted positively over the past two weeks, as well as officers and staff who have all been working together behind the scenes to ensure the surrender is organized and guns are made safe," said Chief Superintendent and Head of Investigations Mark Kameen. "Each and every one of you have been responsible in protecting your loved ones, neighbors and wider community."
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