You have until May 29 to hand in unwanted or illegal guns to King’s Lynn Police Station anonymously and without the risk of prosecution.
It is part of a national campaign to reduce the number of illegal firearms and cut crime.
Replica firearms, BB guns, imitation firearms or parts of guns can all be handed in between 9am and 4pm Monday to Saturday.
Darrell Skuse, Firearms Licensing Manager for Norfolk and Suffolk Police, said: “Although we are fortunate that crimes involving firearms are not common in West Norfolk, the reality is that they do happen occasionally and we want to take this opportunity to further reduce the risk.
“The aim of this campaign is for people to hand in as many firearms as possible, as every weapon that is removed from the public sphere is one more that is prevented from potentially falling into the pool of criminally used weapons.
“The surrender will allow people to hand in unwanted or illegal firearms and ammunition to the police. It will avoid these weapons getting into the wrong hands and provide members of the community with a safe place to dispose of any firearms and ammunition they have, whether held lawfully or unlawfully.”