Regina Police Chief Evan Bray says another gun amnesty could take place in the next month or month-and-a-half.
The first one was in 2017, when 157 guns were brought in and destroyed.
Gun crime in the Queen City is a very familiar issue.
According to Stats Canada, gun-related crime in Regina spiked from 17 in 2015 to 58 in 2016, an increase of 223 per cent.
Bray admits there is no one solution to solving Regina’s gun problem, but hopes through a combination of education, more awareness about gun storage and enforcement, it can make a difference.