An Ilderton man is facing numerous charges after Canada Border Services Agency officers discovered two firearm suppressors, otherwise known as silencers.
Earlier in February, the officers intercepted a package in the Greater Toronto Area containing the prohibited items.
Police executed a search warrant at an Ilderton home and found property obtained by crime, six long guns, four handguns, three noise suppressors, a full auto selector switch and assorted ammunition.
A 33-year-old Ilderton man was charged with several weapons and smuggling offences.
He will appear in a London court on April 20.