OXLEY police are still yet to lay charges after a raid uncovered guns and drugs.
Five gel blaster firearms were seized when police moved in on the home in Wee Waa late on Friday.
Officers also uncovered what they allege is a hydrophonic set-up hidden inside the home.
An amount of what police also claim is cannabis along with 13 cannabis plants and other drug paraphernalia was also found.
Oxley Detective Acting Inspector Jason Darcy told the Leader investigations were ongoing.
"Inquiries are continuing into that investigation and police expect charges to be laid," he said.
No one was arrested at the scene but the goods were seized by police and will undergo forensic testing.
"The search warrant was as a result of information supplied from the community," Detective Darcy said.
"We would encourage anyone with information on illegal firearms or drug supply across our communities - whether it is Tamworth or Gunnedah or Narrabri or some of our smaller sectors, please come forward and speak to police and we can act."
In 2018, NSW police deemed gel blasters as an air gun, which is a firearm, after an expert determination, under the state's laws. Gel balls were similarly classified as ammunition.
Under the laws, gel blasters that "substantially duplicate in appearance a military style firearm are classified as a prohibited firearm", NSW police confirmed.