20 Awesome Gun Rooms

OutdoorHub posted up some utterly fantastic Gun Rooms from around the world. Most are so well-stocked, perhaps only our own Alex C could rival some of them. From modern chic to traditional woods, these rooms showcase the results of lifetime’s worth of hard work collecting (or at least a short-term obsession.)

Hit the link to be taken to the full gallery. Personally, I am in awe of the sportsman’s den replete with what I am sure are the finest over-under and side-by-side shotguns in the world.

Your favorite?

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Nathan S

One of TFB’s resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR’s, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.

The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.


  • noob

    my uncle was once the ceo of hong leong group in malaysia and he never had a room like any of these. not for want of trying.

    • TheNotoriousIUD

      In Vietnam I was stationed in Gang Bang.
      My code name was Agent Orange. Very hush hush.

  • TheNotoriousIUD

    I’ll take room #1.
    Holy sh-t that looks like the place you’d telemessage the UN security council to demand 100 billion dollars or else.

    • CJ Klekar

      One Miiiiiilllllllliiiiooon Dollars! ?

      • JK

        Ha! Went to a specialty butcher shop the other day, the kind of place where you can get farm-raised alligator or emu steaks, the special of the day was Sea Bass. Took everything I had not to ask if they were Ill-tempered Sea Bass.

        • J S

          Don’t worry, at least one of us got it..:)

        • Ken

          With lasers 😀

  • Eh. Some of those aren’t even proper gun rooms, just a bunch of guns sitting out in the open. Storing them all in a decent safe isn’t as sexy, but it’s sure as hell a lot more secure unless you’ve built a proper vault (which, to be fair, it appears some of the people did).

    Of course, if I ever strike it rich by selling out to Google/MS/FB, I’d totally build a proper underground reinforced concrete bunker with one hell of a real gun room.

    • iksnilol

      I was thinking more along the lines of a secret gun room hidden behind a bookcase. Though that would also require a library of sorts in the house.

      • Synchronizor

        I did some work awhile back for a fellow who had a set-up very much like the one you describe. When he entered a code into an innocuous keypad in the wall of his trophy room/study, one of the room’s many bookshelves rotated back into the wall, leading to not just a gun room, but a freaking gun SUITE. In addition to several huge gun safes, it had a well-equipped gunsmithing & reloading area, a corner with a comfy chair and a fireplace, and even an indoor shooting range for 1-2 shooters that extended back into the hill behind his house.

        • iksnilol

          Okay, that’s some Bond villain stuff.

          I probably can’t afford something like that. I would need to have something more humble, like a manually rotated bookcase 😛

  • Uniform223

    Is the top picture the Conference room for H&K?

    • Is the grey room reference collection.

  • ostiariusalpha

    Pfft. I have a whole building dedicated to my firearms and reloading.

    And, yes, that’s because my wife exiled my hobby to the old detached garage, but I enjoy the space. Even her cat likes to lounge around in there while I’m working up loads or doing maintenance on my blasters.

  • Will

    While attending the HK Armorers school, in Sterling, Va., we we were given a tour of the “Green Room”.
    Instant gun porn!!!

    • iksnilol

      Green room?

      I thought it was grey? S***, maybe I am color blind after all.

  • Urkelkcosby

    Anyone notice the xm8s in the first pic

  • JK

    Good timing. I just moved into a new house and am trying to figure out how to best utilize the space. Clearly, I need to upgrade the windows, doors, walls, and roof, and turn the whole thing into a gunvault. Still won’t be as impressive as some of these.

    • Rick5555

      I converted a large room in our house…roughly a 30′ by 25′ into a gun room. I had French doors installed. I did this to widen the doorway. I then got a Safe Door…the kind you see at a bank. The installed the French Doors on the outside are to conceal the Safe Door. This way you can avoid using safes. I keep one safe to store important documents and things like that. As well as, this room is fire proof too. If our house burnt down, this room would remain standing. I had the exterior walls reinforced with steel plating. Left one window in the room. Which has temper proof plastic window. As well as bars that are on the inside. And other preventive features too. If you have a basement under the room. You’ll want to reinforce that. As well as allow for venting for air flow. It can be costly. However it’s well worth it.
      The firearms are now nicely displayed. I have a little sitting area. And one side of the room is devoted to a work bench/work area. I then let my wife go to town in decorating it. Which made he feel like apart of the project. And she’s into shooting too. My next project is to convert a barn out at our ranch. Where it has a firearm room, ammo depot, and the other half to put the ATV’s etc. in. On the ranch, we have a private range too…Action Targets did the design and install. They’re based out of Provo, UT. The ranch is small at roughly 88 acres and it’s a non-working ranch. We got it for our weekend/holiday house in the country…about 75 miles east of Nashville. We plan to retire to the ranch. When that time comes. I exhibit two addictive traits. One is firearms…shooting/Collecting. And the other is performing surgery…my first love.
      If you need help with the Safe Door, which would be custom made. I would be happy to assist you in who I used. I paid approximately $4500.00 for the custom door. It could get up…they have options that the door is on a time/Lock setup. Which I didn’t go with. If anyone needs help in pursuing a firearm room. I would be happy to share my mistakes with you. To ensure you don’t spend unnecessarily. I probably ended up spending $6k more than I had to. If a person is capable to do the work themselves. It would probably save you at least 40% of the total cost. I didn’t have the luxury…because I’m clueless in that area. As well as, time restraints with work. If you’re into firearms and generate a gun room. It will be the room you use the most.

      • iksnilol

        At first I was: “get out of my dreams”, then I saw you are a surgeon. Man, being a surgeon must be fun.

  • USMC03Vet

    lol @ stealing a bunch of web images for a 10 list without anything else but obnoxious advertisements.
    TFB, you’re better than linking to junk like that.

    • Dan

      One of those was from inside a cabelas “Gun Library” or whatever they call the room with the fancier firearms

      • USMC03Vet

        I went into one of those before. Saw a Century AK and then I left.

        • Dan

          Yep, seen a lot of garbage in them myself.

  • Leigh Rich

    should post pics of GUN ROOMS of citizens. Not business.

  • jcitizen

    I’ll take the Bruce E. Stern collection vault – THAT is my kinda man cave! YEE! HAW!

    Rumor has it that it was the top grossing firearms auction of all time.