Ex-hospital consultant 'had three machine guns' in house
Martin Watt faces 14 charges over alleged firearms haul in Cumbernauld, North Lanarkshire.
A former hospital consultant will stand trial accused of having a firearms haul including three sub-machine guns.
Martin Watt faced 14 charges at the High Court in Glasgow.
They include an allegation he possessed weapons at a house in Cumbernauld, North Lanarkshire, "with intent by means to endanger life".
Prosecutors state he had three Skorpion sub-machine guns, two Valtro self-loading pistols as well as a sound moderator.
It is also claimed there were 1508 "live bulleted cartridges" and a "noxious gas".
The indictment further states Watt had possession of the drug ketamine.
The crimes are alleged to have occurred between March 2013 and May 2017.
Watt's QC John Scott pleaded not guilty on his behalf during the short hearing.
A trial is due to start in February and the case could last for five days.