A man has been charged with allegedly supplying guns connected to two Sydney gangland murders, interstate public place shootings and other organised crime across Australia.
It comes after dozens of police - including detectives and specialist officers - spent all of Wednesday seizing hundreds of firearms held at a Port Kembla business.
In November 2018, detectives from the State Crime Command's Drug and Firearms Squad established Strike Force Myosoti to investigate the movement of firearms between states and territories.
Strike Force Myosoti detectives, with assistance from the NSW Police Ballistics Unit, made extensive inquiries with other state and territory jurisdictions.
So far, their investigations have lead them to identify more than 300 pistols which have allegedly been disposed of illegally by a Port Kembla firearms dealer.
About 30 firearms have since been recovered and linked to organised crime, including more than 20 pistols located at crime scenes in NSW.
A Jamberoo man was charged with more than 50 firearms offences.
He was refused bail to appear at Wollongong Local Court on Thursday.