A Nyngan man has been sentenced to 25 months imprisonment after being convicted of dealing ice.
David Joseph Turk was sentenced at Dubbo District Court on Monday. He was convicted of supplying a prohibited drug at greater than an indictable quantity.
Turk admitted to having 10.2 grams of methylamphetamine with 79.54 per cent purity.
He was also convicted of allowing use as a drug premises and firearm-related charges.
The 46-year old man was given 25 months in prison for the offence with a non-parole period of 13 months. He will be eligible for parole on December 31.
Turk entered a guilty plea at his December 2016 hearing. The Crown sought committal on the supply charge and a plea of guilty was entered.