A WW2 machine gun is just one of a number of weapons handed in to GMP during surrender
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Over 100 weapons have been handed in to officers across Greater Manchester during the first week of the firearms surrender.
Weapons include air rifles, MP5’s and soft air guns as well as a range of deactivated firearms, including an AK 47, an Uzi sub-machine gun and a Bren WW2 machine gun.
A Brocock revolver, which is illegal to possess, has also been handed in as part of the surrender.
The firearms surrender runs until Sunday 4 August and you can hand weapons in to any of the 12 designated police stations across Greater Manchester.