Police have uncovered a cache of weapons - including firearms, knives and ammunition - in boxes buried at a Buxton home.
Police officers went to the home about 11am on Thursday, October 19 to serve a firearms prohibition order on a 40-year-old man.
During a search of the property, police discovered steel boxes that had been buried and contained a rifle, a 45-calibre pistol, a crossbow, multiple knives, ammunition, firearm parts, and knuckle dusters.
A photograph of one of the knuckle dusters found at the property shows it emblazoned with the words 'HUNGRY? Knuckle Sandwich', which appeared to have been written using a marker.
The man was arrested and charged with 14 offences, including possessing or using prohibited weapons without a permit, an possessing unauthorised pistol, possessing an unregistered firearm, not keeping firearms safely, and possessing ammunition without a licence.
He was refused bail to appear at Campbelltown Local Court on Friday, October 20.
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