Mohammed Khalin Hussain, 33, and Ibras Khan, 30, both from Bradford, have been sentenced to a total of over 16 years for their part in a Merseyside drugs conspiracy in Bradford.
Hussain was sentenced to seven years and eight months and Khan was sentenced to nine years in prison at Liverpool Crown Court.
Their sentences following a 16-month Merseyside Police operation in 2017, in which over 100 people were arrested and 12kg of high quality Class A drugs were recovered together with a quantity of firearms and ammunition, cash and stolen vehicles.
Detective Inspector Allison Woods said: “The sentencing of Hussain and Khan today shows that Merseyside Police is relentless in continuing to identify and arrest offenders involved in serious and organised crime.
“Organised crime groups like this, who deal in the wholesale supply and distribution of controlled drugs, don’t care about the impact that supply of drugs has in their neighbourhoods.
Detective Inspector Allison Woods added, “We will continue to take action but we cannot do this
Anyone with information about those involved in serious and organised crime, including the supply of controlled drugs and use of firearms, can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.