If the weapons are jointly owned, I think that the judge has discretion to return them to the accuser. Otherwise, you should ask you appellate lawyer to consider adding this as an issue on appeal.
I'm afraid nobody can give you a good answer to this question. It's up to the judge
Good luck to you.
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