As the Met firearms surrender campaign draws to a close , police have detailed what has been handed in so far.
To date, a total of 25 weapons have been handed in, including three shotguns, 13 air weapons and three imitation weapons.
Met Police confirmed that 11 bags of ammunition have also been surrendered to police.
The two-week campaign, which started on November 23, asked locals to hand in any firearms in their possession, no questions asked.
During the surrender period, people surrendering firearms may not face prosecution for illegal possession and can remain anonymous.
Each live weapon handed in will be assessed by firearms officers, with some weapons being forensically checked for evidence.
The firearms surrender campaign ends on Sunday, December 6 at 11pm.
Detective Superintendent Stephen Clayman of the Trident and Area Crime Command, said: "Whilst some dangerous weapons and ammunition have been surrendered over the last ten days, I acknowledge that the number of firearms being handed in is lower than expected, hence this final last push to encourage people to do the right thing.
"As of next week, anyone found with illegal firearms may well be prosecuted, so now is the time to surrender them.
"If you have any weapons at home, even if you think they are locked away safely, I would urge you to take this opportunity to dispose of them safely and securely to avoid them falling in the wrong hands, especially if stolen.
"In an inappropriate setting, decommissioned and imitation weapons can easily cause fear and panic, and could lead to a police response involving the deployment of armed police officers, with potentially tragic results."