Over 50 weapons and hundreds of rounds of ammunition have been handed into South Yorkshire Police during the first week of a guns amnesty organised by the force.
A spokesman for the force said on Twitter: "Over 50 weapons & hundreds of ammunition rounds handed in during the first week of our surrender running until 26 Nov. #HandInYourWeapons"
During the two week surrender, members of the public can take unlicensed or unlawful weapons to local police stations without fear of prosecution.
It is part of a national amnesty which also aims to stop guns falling into the wrong hands.
The amnesty will come to an end on November 26.