A London man has appeared in court charged with five offences relating to alleged terrorist activities and firearms possession.
Kazi Nurur Rahman, 28, a plumber from Newham, east London, appeared at Bow Street Magistrates' Court on Monday.
Mr Rahman was ordered to stand trial on 19 December at the Old Bailey.
He faces charges relating to alleged possession of three Uzi sub-machine guns and 3,000 rounds ammunition with intent to endanger life.
Mr Rahman was arrested by anti-terrorism detectives operating in Hertfordshire on 29 November.
Two of the charges are under the Terrorism Act 2000.