Anthony Buckland, on the left, supplied only some of the weapons to James Arnold, pictured right
An arms dealer who supplied some of the firearms that made up the UK’s biggest stash of illegal weapons has been jailed for six years.
Anthony Buckland 65, shook uncontrollably as he was sentenced at Norwich Crown Court.
Police had found more than 400 firearms at the home of another man, James Arnold, in Wyverstone, Suffolk, in April 2014.
Arnold, 49, had faced charges, but he died from cancer before going to court.
Buckland, of Stoke Holy Cross, Norfolk, was found guilty of 11 counts of selling a prohibited weapon and nine counts of fraud.
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Police uncovered rifles, machine guns and an anti-tank missile, along with 200,000 rounds of ammunition in a secret room at Arnold’s home.
Source:: BBC world news feed