Two warrants executed in Corby last week saw three firearms seized and four arrests made.
The properties in Butterwick Walk and Warminster Close were raided by armed officers in the early hours of Friday, August 26.
Inside, three firearms and a sword were found and seized, as well a quantity of Class A and B drugs, drug dealing paraphernalia and a large amount of cash.
Two men aged 20 and one man, aged 41, were arrested on suspicion of firearms offences in connection with the find and released on police bail pending further enquiries.
Jamie Matthew, aged 19, of Butterwick Walk, Corby, has been charged with acquiring/using/possessing criminal property in connection with it. He will next appear at Northampton Magistrates’ Court on October 12, 2022.
Detective Chief Inspector Andy Rogers, said: “Tackling serious violence is a priority for Northamptonshire Police and last week was my week of action to highlight the work being carried out to enforce and safeguard.
“I hope these warrants provide the community in Corby with the reassurance that we take this issue seriously and that we will not stop in our aim to make this county as safer place.”