Police have continued their crackdown on bikies in the Hunter, carrying out a number of raids following recent clashes between rival gangs.
Officers from Strike Force Batterson have searched 15 properties in the Hunter and in Sydney since last Thursday.
They've seized guns, drugs and cash.
Five members of the Finks and Nomads have been arrested.
As part of the crackdown, police went to a resort at Salamander Bay on Saturday night issuing consorting warnings to 20 members of the Finks.
Acting Gangs Squad Commander, Detective Acting Superintendent John Walke said investigations and operations under Strike Force Batterson are continuing.
“The Gangs Squad and Strike Force Raptor have been working closely with police across the Hunter Region to reduce the impact of OMCG activities,” Det A/Supt Walke said.
“We have deployed a variety of overt and covert operations, which include conducting FPO searches, resulting in the seizure of firearms and prohibited weapons."
“This is simple consequence-based policing. Any time OMCG gangs and their associates act in a manner that gets our attention, we focus our efforts into disrupting all their activities and ensure the safety of the community is not put at risk.”