A man has been charged after firearms were found during a police raid.
Officers seized two handguns and a small amount of cannabis from a property on Wren Road in Greenock, Inverclyde, on Thursday.
The search was sparked after the UK Border Force intercepted a firearm as part of checks of incoming mail.
The investigation was carried out by Police Scotland and the National Crime Agency, as part of the Organised Crime Partnership.
Detective Inspector Tom Gillan said the find was not linked to a recent shooting in the area.
He said: “Our investigation has resulted in firearms being removed from the local area and while it is not linked to the recent shooting in Greenock, I hope this police activity and partnership approach gives the local community some reassurance.
“Our work around these proactive investigations will continue across Scotland.”
The 34-year-old will appear at Greenock Sheriff court at a later date, police said.