Two men accused of stealing about $27,000 worth of firearms from a Brumby Street home at Longford on February 20 appeared in the Launceston Magistrates court on firearm trafficking charges.
Lane Michael Dwyer, 32, of Egan Street, Newnham and Zachary Allan Parker, 29, of Chris Street, Prospect Vale, each faced one count of unlawful trafficking of firearms.
Police allege the men disposed of a Smith and Wesson .22 semi automatic pistol, BSA bolt action .243 rifle, two Lanber 12 gauge shotguns, a Brno.270 rifle and a Webley and Scott 12 gauge shotgun to another person when they were not the registered owner.
The firearms worth $12,000 were allegedly stolen from Richard Fulton.
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The men were also charged with stealing firearms or its parts worth $15,000 from Zachary Fulton.
Police also allege that the men stole a mountain bike worth about $8000 from Liam Coccolan and a gold necklace worth $3000 from Valentin Tubb.
Mr Dwyer was remanded in custody to appear on March 12 at 11.30am.
Mr Parker, who is on bail and also faces a number of other charges, had all his matters adjourned until April 8 at 9.45am.