A 39-year-old Bracknell man has been charged with "serious" firearm offences, Tasmania Police say.
Following a "major" police investigation, the Outlaws Motorcycle Club member was arrested at Bracknell on Friday.
He was charged with breaching a firearms prohibition notice, possess firearms when not the holder of a firearms licence of the appropriate category, possess unregistered firearm, possess ammunition when not the holder of a firearms licence of the appropriate category, unlawful possession of explosives among other charges.
The man will appear in an out-of-hours court session on Saturday.
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Tasmania Police has been investigating firearm possession by motorcycle clubs, and executed a number of search warrants in the North and North-West on Friday, Detective Acting Inspector John Parker said.
"This intervention continues policing efforts to dismantle and disempower outlaw motorcycle gangs and follows recent shootings in Victoria involving outlaw motorcycle gangs," Detective Acting Inspector John Parker said.
Police located an automatic weapon, a pistol, several other firearms, a large quantity of ammunition and explosives from several premises.
"We will continue to actively disrupt the illicit activities of outlaw motorcycle gang members and those people who choose to associate with them and want the community to be reassured that that the criminal behaviour exhibited by members of these gangs won't be tolerated," Detective Acting Inspector Parker said.
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