A man has been charged with firearms and drug offences after police searched Temora area properties on Tuesday.
Acting on information, about 6.30am officers from Riverina Police District executed three Firearms Prohibition Orders.
"During the searches, officers allegedly located and seized firearms, firearm parts, gel blasters [imitation firearms], homemade weapons and methylamphetamine ['ice']," a police statement said.
"Following extensive inquiries, a 32-year-old man was arrested and taken to Temora Police Station, where he was charged with 13 firearm offences, possess prohibited article and possess prohibited drug."
He was refused bail and is due to appear in Wagga Local Court on Wednesday.
A firearm Prohibition Order allows police to search for firearms or ammunition in homes, cars and on a person's body without a warrant.
A police statement said inquiries were continuing.