rocket launcher? probably more like an empty at4 tube B.C. gun amnesty nets 1,000 guns, one rocket launcher Canadian Press Vancouver — More than 1,000 weapons — and one rocket launcher — have been turned over to the RCMP so far this month during a B.C. gun amnesty. The weapons include 72 registered handguns, 124 unregistered handguns, 72 unregistered semi-automatic rifles, 34 prohibited firearms and 224 other weapons, such as air pellet rifles. The Mounties say in addition to the firearms, they have collected more than 44,000 rounds of ammunition. RCMP and local police forces around the province are taking part in the gun amnesty, which runs until Friday. Whether registered or unregistered, if the guns haven't been used in a criminal offence, people can turn them in without facing any charges. But don't take them into a police station — call the police and they will come and pick them up.