[[quoteright:350:[[Creator/CharltonHeston http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Chucks_guns2.jpg]]]]
[[caption-width-right:350:The late Charlton Heston's private collection. [[KnifeNut He liked knives, too.]]]]

->'''Tank''': All right, what do you need, besides a miracle?\\
'''Neo''': Guns. [[MoreDakka Lots of guns.]]
-->-- ''Film/TheMatrix''

How do you show that someone is a GunNut, CrazyPrepared or just plain [[BadAss needs to be taken seriously?]] One simple and easy method is to show him with an ''enormous'' collection of weapons. This can range from a literal wall covered with weapons, to a pile of various weapons laid out on a table or floor, to a shot displaying an arsenal of guns and other weaponry on his person. Generally, any shot or scene displaying an enormous range of firepower, intended to show how well-armed or crazy a person or group is, fits under this trope. Note that there will rarely be any sign of sufficient quantities of ammo to load all of these marvelous toys.

Any properly equipped SuperMultipurposeRoom will have at least one of these in one of the secret compartments.

May be tied in with a LockAndLoadMontage. Compare and contrast HyperspaceArsenal and ExtendedDisarming. Usually seen in a SurvivalistStash as part of the supplies. Can overlap with GunPorn.

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[[folder:Anime and Manga]]
* In one of the anime installments of ''GunsmithCats'', Rally has one of these in her house. Burglars think they can help themselves. Rally's response when the alarm trips is... eager.
** In the manga, it isn't so much a WallOfWeapons as it is a Closet of Weapons (Including the inside of both doors), but it's still there.
** Bean Bandit has one too, although it's all knives.
* In ''Anime/EdenOfTheEast'', amnesiac Akira Takizawa is [[AmnesiacDissonance none too happy]] to discover that his temporary establishment in Washington DC has one of these in the closet.
* ''[[GunslingerGirl Gunslinger Girl: Il Teatrino]]''. Pinnochio has one from which he selects a couple of vz61 Skorpions for Franco and Franca.
* Homura from ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'' is already notable for using her MagicalGirl HyperspaceArsenal to carry around not only [[SuperheroPackingHeat guns]], but ''military ordnance''. But then along comes the finale, when she finds herself [[spoiler:facing Walpurgisnacht alone]], and we get a look at [[http://images.puella-magi.net/4/49/Homura_Heavy_Weapons_Kata.jpg just how much stuff she actually has]]. And that image is only a fraction of it.
* A weird example can be found in ''Manga/RosarioToVampire'' with [[spoiler: Mizore's mother]], who keeps a small weapons cache (including what appears to be an assault rifle) hidden ''behind a bookshelf'' which shocked the other characters when they saw it. She mentions she always wanted be a spy when she was little and took up gun collecting as a side hobby.
** Later in the manga, recently-introduced character Fong-Fong of the [[TheTriadsAndTheTongs Wong family]] apparently keeps assault rifles, handguns, and dynamite on the wall in the kitchen. Given that he's the heir of the biggest and baddest youkai gang in Hong Kong and the family house is like a castle, it makes a little more sense.
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[[folder:Comicbooks]]
* ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'', although there obviously aren't any guns on the wall.
** Taken to its logical conclusion when one issue showed him opening up his WallOfWeapons and having a [[Series/DoctorWho Dalek "travel machine"]] in there... [[http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-wG2FbXoklgY/Tj2_Y-wow5I/AAAAAAAAAVI/NITc_NuMCeE/s640/batman_has_dalek.jpg ''just in case'']].
** Except for the ComicBook/{{All Star Batman|And Robin the Boy Wonder}}, who had machine guns in there...
*** Yes, well... AS Batman is a ''special'' case.
* ''ComicBook/TheIncredibleHercules'': During the "Assault on New Olympus" arc, we see part of Ares' collection. Among dozens of handguns, rifles and grenades there are also several movie [[ShoutOut shout-outs]] such as the sword from [[Film/ConanTheBarbarian1982 Conan The Barbarian]], a [[Franchise/StarWars lightsaber]] and the [[ChainsawGripBFG minigun]] from ''Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay''.
* ''ThePunisher''.
* In the ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'' [[CrisisCrossover crossover event]] ''X-cutioner's Song'', there's a scene where [[Characters/{{X-Men}} Cable]] enters one of his many safehouses to replenish his weaponry. On the wall are dozens of futuristic guns (which, given his origin, actually ''are'' from the future), many of them even larger than he is. Naturally, Cable grabs ''all of them''. Yes, it was the 90s.
* [[{{Robin}} Tim Drake]] chose his signature weapons--a sling and a bo staff--from two of these. The first was given to him by an old man and his apprentice Bruce sent him to train, the second came from Lady Shiva. Both times, they were disappointed that Tim didn't choose a more lethal weapon.
** Someone didn't do their research; a sling is an excellent way of killing people.
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[[folder:Film]]
* ''Franchise/FridayThe13th'' - Jason acknowledges that variety is [[http://i56.tinypic.com/347utf5.png the spice of life]] in ''[[Film/FridayThe13thPartVIITheNewBlood Part VII]]''. As well as in the Universal Studios attraction, as seen [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eirio4qT6B8 here]].
* ''Film/LordOfWar'' has a small one of these inside Yuri's shipping container, right next to the multiple passports.
* ''Film/TheMatrix'': "Guns. Lots of guns." This one is more like a ''[[UpToEleven mall]]'' of weapons.
** And again in ''Reloaded'', when Neo and the Merovingian's hitmen start looting the wall of weapons in his castle during their fight.
* ''Film/CrouchingTigerHiddenDragon''. Yu Shu Lien is using a WallOfWeapons to try to defeat Jen Yu who wields the legendary sword Green Destiny.
* ''Franchise/{{Terminator}}'':
** ''Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay'' has Sarah Connor with an underground cache of weapons hidden in the desert. Not that we need convincing she's a BadAss by this point in the film. John Connor mentions this as well--"One thing about my mom... she always plans ahead."
** ''Film/Terminator3RiseOfTheMachines'' has Sarah Connor with a weapon cache IN HER COFFIN (of course, SHE isn't in it.) Of course that probably moves into CrazyPrepared territory.
** ''Series/TheSarahConnorChronicles'' also has Sarah keep concealed weapons scattered around the house, such as a shotgun hidden behind wallpaper, and a huge trunk of rifles and shotguns under everyone's respective beds. And the furniture is lined with ''kevlar''.
* In ''Film/{{Commando}}'' Arnie robs an army surplus store for the material for his LockAndLoadMontage, as well as a hidden gun room with weapons covering the walls which include water-cooled machine guns and claymore mines.
* ''HotFuzz'' plays with this: The evidence room for the police station is completely empty and the room containing the emergency response gear is covered with cobwebs. Later, after Angel raids a farmer's enormous Barn of Weapons, they're stored in the police station, until Angel returns for a LockAndLoadMontage.
* ''TheBigHit''. Melvin has a wall of weapons he takes from towards the end of the film.
* ''Film/{{Underworld}}'' features a wall of anti-lycan weaponry for use by Deathdealers.
** ''{{Blade}}'' also has an anti-vampire wall of weapons.
* ''Film/MenInBlack'' has an impressive wall of impossible sci-fi superweapons in the form of Jeebs' Jewelery.
** The sequel has another one stashed behind the wall of Agent Kay's old apartment. It comes in handy for the heroes when they are stuck outside of MIB headquarters.
* In ''PineappleExpress'', Red literally has weapons on the wall.
* One of the ''BeverlyHillsCop''s uses this in the second film to show he's no longer as much of a dweeb as he is in the first. 'You can never have too much firepower.'
* In ''FallingDown'', the main character Will Foster falls into possession of a duffel bag brimming with automatic weapons, and is a menace for the rest of the movie.
* Burt's basement in ''{{Tremors}}'' features a literal Wall of Weapons, which [[BattleCouple he and his wife]] use to devastating effect when a Graboid breaks through the wall opposite.
** '''"[[LargeHam BROKE INTO THE WRONG GODDAMN REC ROOM]], ''[[LargeHam DIDN'T YOU]]'', [[LargeHam YOU BASTARD!!]]"'''
** In the sequel, Burt's wall of weapons is shown again, and later, he rolls in a ''massive'' truck loaded with double rifles, machine guns and a huge [[NoKillLikeOverkill anti-tank rifle]], plus enough explosives to level a city block.
*** Try four city blocks!
*** And he uses it. [[ChekhovsArmory All of it]].
----> '''Burt''' (Sitting against the side of his truck, surrounded by dead Shriekers and spent shells): I am ''completely'' out of ammo! *[[{{Beat}} pauses for a moment]]* That's never happened to me before.
*** On the other hand, he then goes on to state that he was expecting weapons requiring penetration, not predicting the need for full-auto.
* In ''Film/TheCrow'', [[BigBad Top Dollar]] pulls his katana from a pleasantly mounted wall-cabinet full of wonderful toys.
* ''MrAndMrsSmith'': Both Smiths have walls of weapons in their own house, hidden from each other.
* ''Film/DawnOfTheDead'' (1978). Part of outfitting their fancy apartment on the upper floor of the shopping mall includes installing a row of rifle racks on one wall.
* In ''TheMummyTrilogy'' Rick is frequently shown to have numerous guns nearby at all times, in case he has to blow off some mummy's head.
** This habit leads to this exchange in the second movie: "You want the shotgun?" "Actually, I prefer the Thompson."
** In the first movie, during the boat voyage down the Nile, Rick startles Evy when he thunks down a heavy duffle bag right in front of her, then unrolls it to reveal that the duffle is stuffed with weapons.
* Captain Englehorn in Peter Jackson's ''Film/KingKong'' not only has a rack of rifles on the wall of his ship's cabin, but also keeps a stash of Thompson submachine guns ''under his bed''.
* BoondockSaints features a Basement Room of Weapons, up to and including a [=DShK=] heavy machinegun. Curiously, a pair of pimptastic Desert Eagles (and gold watches, a pager, and two moneyclips full of large denomination bills) is sufficient payment for a whole duffel bag of guns.
** It looks like all they took were four suppressed Beretta 92s (and ''maybe'' a Franchi [=PA3=]), a knife and some rope, since we never see them use anything else.
** ''BoondockSaints II'' has the [=McManus=] boys return to the same dealer and trade in their old 92s for two pairs of .357 magnum Desert Eagles, but by this point, the proprietor of the "shop" is a big fan of their work and offers the upgrade on the house.
* ''Film/ForAFewDollarsMore'': Col. Mortimer (Lee Van Cleef) has a rolled up blanket on his horse, which is unrolled early in the movie to reveal a large number of rifles and pistols.
* [[Film/{{Highlander}} Connor MacLeod]] has one, which serves as his TrophyRoom too.
* In ''Film/KickAss'' Big Daddy and Hit Girl's safehouse has every wall covered in high-powered firearms.
* In the first ''WaynesWorld'' film, Wayne averts this trope after getting a present from [[TheOphelia psycho-hose-beast]] Stacey.
-->'''Stacey''': "It's a gun rack!"
-->'''Wayne''': "I don't even own ''ahh'' gun, let alone enough to necessitate an entire rack!"
* ''JackbootsOnWhitehall''. WinstonChurchill has one of these in 10 Downing Street, giving him a chance to demonstrate that AuthorityEqualsAsskicking.
* ''Film/{{Faster}}''. Lily is shown packing weapons for her ProfessionalKiller boyfriend from a wall of weapons inside a locked wallsafe, ranging from knives to a sniper rifle.
* ''FutureWar'' has a rather anemic one in the police station (with a whopping three weapons) which the MST3k crew mocks.
--> '''Mike''': "The [=LAPD=] gun closet."
* ''{{Mitchell}}'' has a burglar shot by the homeowner while standing near a gun cabinet fully stocked with weapons. However, Mitchell notices that all of the guns in the cabinet except for one lying near the corpse were unloaded, and the burglar wasn't tall enough to reach said gun - leading Mitchell to think that it was a murder instead of a burglary.
* An AnachronismStew version appears in ''AngelsAndDemons'' with the Swiss Guard armoury, where modern assault rifles are racked next to medieval halberds and crossbows.
* ''Film/TheHeat'': Mullins keeps a ''fridge'' of weapons in her apartment complete with ''grenades''.
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[[folder:Literature]]
* Many examples in ''TheDresdenFiles'': Harry's apartment/lab, Thomas' spare bedroom / gun lab, and the storage areas at Monoc Securities' headquarters. The Monoc headquarters deserves special mention for containing ''multiple floors'' of armories, stocked with everything from sharp sticks to state-of-the-art anti-tank weaponry, and enough of each to outfit a small army. Monoc's [=CEO=] does not believe in getting caught with his pants down.
* In the ''KittyNorville'' series, [[TheGunslinger hired gun]] Cormac has an entire shed full of weapons specifically designed to kill werewolves and vampires.
* [[StarWars Mara Jade Skywalker]] kept a WallOfWeapons on her personal starship back as an [[ProfessionalKiller assassin]], as shown in her eponymous comic mini-series. It's heavily implied in the ''Literature/LegacyOfTheForce'' series (grown into an ActionMom by this point) that she still keeps weapons and other such equipment hidden around her family's apartment in case there's a need to go MamaBear, as there's a scene in ''Sacrifice'' where she's preparing such equipment, with Luke half-surprised that she managed to hide some of this stuff from him for all this time (although he probably just didn't bother to look out of respect for privacy).
* The first secret anarchist hideout in Creator/GKChesterton's ''TheManWhoWasThursday'' has weapons on every single wall -- guns in the outer passageways, bombs in the central chamber.
* The sci-fi novel ''Literature/RevelationSpace'' by Creator/AlastairReynolds. The brobdingnagian spaceship ''Nostalgia for Infinity'' has a warchive containing examples of over four million hand weapons -- spanning twelve centuries of gunsmithing from blunderbuss to plasma rifle. And if that isn't sufficient, the warchive can sift its blueprints and custom-design and build a weapon for your exact needs in minutes. The only drawback is its simpering artificial persona, which causes the heroine to empty her gun into the warchive once she's got the weapons she wants.
* In R.A. Salvatore's ''[[TheLegendOfDrizzt Drizzt Do'Urden]]'' novels, when Zaknafein is beginning his teaching of Drizzt and reveals a massive wall armory, telling him to take his pick and find out which ones he prefers.
* Roarke in the ''InDeath'' series has a very extensive collection of weapons from the medieval to the modern. In his case it's less an indication of being CrazyPrepared and more another way to demonstrate his membership in the {{Fiction 500}}, but he does demonstrate his proficiency with several of the firearms all the same.
* Subverted in the GordonRDickson novel ''Lost Dorsai'' (part of the ChildeCycle): the titular hero has wall of musical instruments displayed ''as if they were weapons'' which convinces the narrator that he truly has become a pacifist.
* The cover art for ''The Unbeholden'' (a tie-in novel for the old ''World of Darkness'') shows a major character standing in front of his WallOfWeapons. From the descriptions in the book, the cover artist shortchanged that character big time.
* ''{{Duumvirate}}'' takes this trope and goes nuts. In the first book, it's just a room full of weapons. In the second book, they have weapons embedded in literally every wall in the house, as well as an underground Walmart of guns, flamethrowers, and lasers.
--> '''Narrator:''' The child-sized weapons were helpfully placed on the bottom shelf, so kids wouldn't have to climb to reach them.
* The interior of the manor house from ''[[Literature/GarrettPI Old Tin Sorrows]]'' was decorated in this trope.
* A highly overpowered disposable assault weapon forms a key part of the climax of WilliamGibson 's ''All Tomorrow's Parties''. It's hidden inside a wall, which has been plastered over.
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[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* Jayne Cobb of ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' has a wall covered with weapons in his bunk.
** In the season/series finale, [[spoiler:the CrowningMomentOfFunny comes when he's sleeping, hears what are obviously (to the viewer) fighting noises, sits halfway up, pulls down the cloth covering this wall, heroic music begins to swell... then pulls the cloth over himself as a blanket and goes back to sleep.]]
--> '''Jayne:''' ''(to Book)'' [[spoiler:At least you got some play; I missed every damn thing.]]
* When Michael Vaughn goes to Jack Bristow for help in ''Series/{{Alias}}'', Bristow shows him his underground bunker, where every available surface is covered in guns and other assorted weapons.
* In ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' all hunters have a hidden wall of weapons in their home, vehicle, or house of worship. Sam and Dean are the exception, having only a trunkfull of weapons.
* ''Series/{{Angel}}'' keeps a cabinet full of many different weapons, ranging from swords and crossbows to a sharpened baseball bat. In Season 5 he starts keeping what is probably an entirely different set on the wall of his office.
* ''Series/{{Buffy|the Vampire Slayer}}'' has one, too, in her training room at the Magic Box.
** Principal Wood had one too, in his office at the new Sunnydale High.
*** In one episode, Wood lures a vampire [[spoiler: Spike, who he swears revenge against since he killed his mother]] into a shed that has a solid four Walls Of...Crucifixes - to a vampire, it's like a wall of branding irons.
* ''Series/TheEqualizer''. Secret agent turned vigilante Robert [=McCall=] is shown to have one of these hidden behind a tool board in his apartment.
* [[Series/{{Torchwood}} Torchwood Cardiff]] has assault rifles racked on the glass interior walls (including several [[FridgeLogic above easy reach]]).
* ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'': The ''Film/JamesBond'' ParodyEpisode "Our Man Bashir" features a rack of rifles behind a rotating mirrorstand.
* ''StarTrekEnterprise''. In the MirrorUniverse episode, Archer keeps antique weaponry on the wall of his captain's quarters, including the shotgun used by Zephram Cochrane to kill the Vulcan making FirstContact.
* The Series/{{Eureka}} sheriff's office has a column of weapons that comes down out of the ceiling. For the first few episodes Deputy Jo wouldn't let the new sheriff have access to the remote that controlled it, because he kept flunking the test about what all the weapons were, and what they could do. (In this case anything less than a perfect score was a failure.)
* ''Series/TheWildWildWest'' has one on board the CoolTrain used by Agents West and Gordon.
* ''HumanTarget'' has the apartment of the main character festooned with hidden weapons everywhere.
* In ''Series/NCISLosAngeles'' Hedy has seems to have a whole room of weaponry including a crossbow, several shuriken and a combat shotgun that's as big as she is.
* Will's office in ''Series/SonsOfGuns'' has 3/4 of the walls covered with weapons. Also used as the background during the testimonials.
* ''Series/AmericanGuns'' is filmed in a gun store, so [[JustifiedTrope this is to be expected]].
** Some of the customers Rich visits to purchase guns from have these in their homes on occasion as well.
* In an episode of ''Series/{{House}}'', the PatientOfTheWeek has an entire ''room'' of guns, hidden inside a false wall between his kitchen and his dining room, that his wife didn't even know about. Turns out he was extrememly paranoid about an impending apocalypse.
* The BodyOfTheWeek on one episode of ''Series/{{CSI}}'' was a [[GunNut gun collector]] who had ''three'' walls of weapons in his basement. Organized chronologically and by theatre, no less. Surprisingly, the gun that killed him, [[spoiler:an FN P90 stolen from US forces in Pakistan]], wasn't one of them.
* Taken UpToEleven in (perhaps surprisingly) ''DowntonAbbey'', where Lord Flintshire has not only a wall but a ''room'' of rifles, swords, and axes.
* After over a year of regularly robbing arms dealers of their inventory, [[PersonOfInterest John Reese's]] gun collection has been dubbed "The Closet of Mass Destruction." His partner Shaw keeps a similar if smaller stash in her refrigerator. Given that he saw 'nothing out of the ordinary' in her keeping grenades in the egg rack, he might be in the habit of doing the same thing himself.
* In Season 4 of ''Series/GameOfThrones'', the White Sword Tower - quarters of the [[PraetorianGuard Kingsguard]].
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[[folder:Videogames]]
* The tutorial level in ''VideoGame/CallOfDuty 4'' opens up with a wall of weapons in a firing range in the SAS headquarters at Hereford.
** Not that big a deal, since it's actually an armory. Most if not all armories for military and paramilitary groups look the same.
** Later, in the "Charlie Don't Surf" mission, the player can enter a basement in a building held by Al-Asad's troops, where there is a table strewn with dozens of rifles, shotguns, grenades and pistols.
** ''ModernWarfare 2'' features a terrorist safehouse with ''[[SuspiciousVideoGameGenerosity multiple]]'' weapons caches. There's a WallOfWeapons proper in the basement, dropcloths full of weapons near the exits, support weapons and warhead launchers near the kitchen window, and sniper rifles next to picture windows. Mind you, it ''was'' meant as a safehouse and presumably a stronghold if besieged...
** Soap and Roach break into an armory in a Russian Gulag which is more like an elevated ''island'' of weapons.
** Also, several Spec Ops missions in ''Modern Warfare 2'' have a dropcloth full of available weapons next to the player at the start of each mission.
** Finally, in [[spoiler: the bonus level Museum]], every weapon in the game is arranged in several glass cases, along with several exclusives (such as the [=M1911=], which is only usable here).
** The opening cutscene for the ''VideoGame/CallOfDutyBlackOps'' Zombies level "Five" has [[spoiler:JFK slapping the wall near a presidential seal]], causing the wall to swivel in place and reveal a wall full of small arms, a crossbow and at least one blade. Oddly enough, despite the participants clearly being shown with long guns, you start off with a [=1911=] when the cutscene is over.
** In all the "Zombies" variants in whichever ''CallOfDuty'' games feature them, your character gets weapons by going to their chalk outlines on walls and buying them with points.
* In ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil4'', the various Merchants will have walls and tables strewn with shockingly extensive arrays of firepower. Not to mention that whenever he's in an outdoor area, he'll stuff his entire inventory into his overcoat. Hell, by the end of the game, Leon's [[GridInventory Attache Case]] qualifies.
** In Code Veronica, there's a room in Alfred's mansion where the walls are covered in rifles and pistols. You'd think that Claire would be able to use the weapons to go on an anti-zombie rampage. [[FridgeLogic No.]]
* The Orks in ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}} DawnOfWar'' have a structure literally called a "Pile O' Gunz" where weapon upgrades are researched. It looks [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin just like what it's called]]. This is less them being CrazyPrepared as them understanding of the need for MoreDakka.
** Don't forget the little gretchin who [[PooledFunds dives into the pile for a swim every now and again.]]
* In ''VideoGame/{{Hitman}} 2'' as you collect weapons from the level you slowly build up a wall of weapons in a shed. Oddly enough he [[InterfaceSpoiler knows exactly how many different types of weapons he'll find and have a space earmarked for it]].
** Reused in Blood Money, but taken to even more illogical extremes, with 47 having slots available for an Elephant Rifle, a Six Shooter and a nail gun. Possibly justified this time as the game takes place in a flashback and so he would have added the spaces as he got the weapons.
* Similarly ''VideoGame/FarCry2'' has an armory next to every gun shop in the game, where the player can always find an unlimited supply of weapons they bought from the dealer. Empty spaces for future guns are sort of justified, as the armory clearly belongs to the dealer, and he would know his own inventory.
* ''VideoGame/TimeSplitters: Future Perfect'' features a [[RunawayTrain train compartment]] containing a cache of weapons mounted on the carriage wall. Upon entering it, Anya, the player's VoiceWithAnInternetConnection remarks, "Wow, this is such a guys' room.
* In ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind'', especially in the ''Tribunal'' expansion pack, a fun thing to do is get a large empty house make your own WallOfWeapons (more like floor and table of weapons) with all the unique weapons and armor that can be found in the dungeons. Might as well do something with all that junk.
** People do this in ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion Oblivion]],'' and ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'', too. There are even mods for all three games that make doing this easier.
*** It's needed in those last two games thanks to them using the Havoc physics engine. No I don't want my swords to drop realistically, I want them to line up in a row.
** ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'' lets you assemble your own wall of pointy, stabby, slashy, burny, shooty, and bludgeony in every house you own, thanks to plentiful weapon and shield racks, weapon cases, and armor stands. The Windhelm house takes the cake, though, as you have an entire large room dedicated to weapons and cases and stands you can use to show off all those artifacts you've acquired.
** The ''Hearthfire DLC'' allows you to construct your own custom homes, with the option to dedicate an entire wing of your home into an extensive armoury, capable of holding enough weapons and armour to supply a small army.
* ''VideoGame/Left4Dead'': The arrayed weapons and piles of ammo on tables in the safe rooms.
* The gun store in ''VideoGame/Left4Dead2''.
* Muramasa's shop in the Xbox remake of ''VideoGame/NinjaGaiden'' has a few weapons mounted on the walls, none of which can be used.
* [[spoiler: Gilgamesh]] of ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'' can use this to great effect with his '''alternate dimension''' full of weapons. It helps that [[spoiler: each and every one of them a potentially lethal Noble Phantasm that all the other heroes only have one or maybe two of.]]
* In ''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy'', Firion is the [[WalkingArmory walking variation of this trope]]. He carries no less than ''eight'' weapons on his person at all times. Numerous characters ask if they ever get heavy (or, in Kefka's case, "Eew! Aren't you ''hot?''").
* ''ProfessorLaytonAndTheDiabolicalBox'' features this trope in one of its puzzles. However, the trope is subverted due to many of the swords on the wall being ornamental. [[spoiler:In fact, all of them - the only real sword is the one held by the suit of armor ''next'' to the wall.]]
* ''VideoGame/{{Diablo}} II'' has a wall of weapons - [[MemeticMutation in Hell!]] They're arranged nicely over the fireplace in the Heaven-owned Pandemonium Fortress. Why your character can't pluck one of them off the wall is never asked, [[GameplayAndStorySegregation of course]]...
** Becuase you'd be ''stealing from the forces of Heaven'', maybe?
* In ''VideoGame/StarWarsGalaxies'' (Before TheyChangedItNowItSucks), Weaponsmiths had a tendency to advertise in their houses/shops by creating walls of guns (and swords).
* In ''VideoGame/TheGodfather'' game, the safehouses you purchase will contain a few of each gun type lying neatly around.
* ''VideoGame/RuneScape'' has a minor example. Kal'Ger the Warmonger, a demon and leader of all the demons in Bilrach's dungeons, has five weapons on the walls of his room. And he goes through all of them as you and your team, if any, work on defeating him. It isn't exactly a wall full of weapons, but due to their size and the room's small size, more probably wouldn't fit in.
* ''VideoGame/MaxPayne 3'' has a slight example. At one point in the 12th and 13th chapters, Max finds what he calls an arsenal, though unlike most examples there's only enough visible guns to equip a squad or two, and the ones you can actually use are far fewer.
* In ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'', former assassin Thane Krios sets a smallish one up in his hidey-hole next to the life support systems. Jacob has his own collection (well, more like the ship's collection, which he maintains) laid out on several tables in the Armory. Notably, this collection gets bigger as you get access to more weapons.
* A couple of ''VideoGame/{{Kirby}}'' games have rooms filled with every powerup available, usually right before the BrutalBonusLevel BossRush Arena. ''KirbySuperStar'' and ''KirbysReturnToDreamLand'' come to mind.
* In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIII'', when you enter Zell's room, you can see that he has one of these (if only three rifles).
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[[folder:Visual Novels]]
* ''VisualNovel/MajiDeWatashiNiKoiShinasai'' has a small example in 2F's classroom - a bunch of melee weapons are on permanent display above the blackboard.
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[[folder:Webcomics]]
* [[http://www.hookiedookiepanic.com/geist/comic.php?ID=13 This page]] from ''GeistPanik'', including a few [[ShoutOut shouts-out]] to ''Series/DoctorWho'', ''Literature/TheWonderfulWizardOfOz'', and ''VideoGame/HalfLife''. Also, note the bonus UnsoundEffect. And the ShoutOut to the Charlie Daniels Band, cause she's sporting a fiddle, too.
** And then, [[http://www.hookiedookiepanic.com/geist/comic.php?ID=24 their]] [[http://www.hookiedookiepanic.com/geist/comic.php?ID=25 armory]].
* [[MeaningfulName Eagle-Eyed]] Pete, a minor [[spoiler:(and dead)]] character from Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick, used to be one of the best snipers in his thieves' guild, and had an [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0614.html armory to match.]]
* Jake English of ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' keeps all his guns in a big, messy pile. [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=006020 Dudes got a lot of guns.]]
** Jake's haphazardly piled firearms seem meticulously organized when compared to Bro Strider's [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=002467 kitchen full of shitty weaponry]]. [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=002495 The refrigerator is not exempt.]]
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* Professor Farnsworth in ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' puts his own little spin on this trope -- instead of weapons, he has a collection of '''doomsday devices''' readily available.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episode "Lois Kills Stewie," after Stewie conquers the world, Peter and Lois search his room, finding a hidden lever that reveals a whole ''room'' full of weapons.
* Clay Puppinton in ''MoralOrel'' has an entire ''[[http://www.adultswim.com/video/?episodeID=8a25c3921396b1350113978ce87c0092 hallway]]'' lined with weapons of all kinds.
* Despite being TransformingMecha with built-in weapons, [[WesternAnimation/BeastWars the Maximals]] have such a wall in their ship for when they need a little something extra.
* In ''JusticeLeagueUnlimited'', the Fortress of Solitude has a ''hall'' of weapons. Sadly, as WonderWoman discovered, anyone capable of getting past [[SuperMan the owner]] isn't going to worry about a DeathRay or two.
* The Fenton family in ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom''. They have a ''vault'' of weapons.
* [[WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants Mermaidman and Barnacleboy]] have one, and its weapons are genuinely deadly (as deadly as it can get in a children's show, anyways). One wonders why the duo never use said weapons seeing how their own abilities are lacking due to age.
* Being an international spy agency, it's to be expected that [[WesternAnimation/{{Archer}} ISIS]] has one.
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* Apparently, [[http://www.inveraray-castle.com/pages/content.asp?PageID=106 Inveraray Castle]] has more [[BladeOnAStick polearms]] and muskets than you'd want to [[IncrediblyLamePun shake a stick at]].
* It was common to find Governor's Palaces insanely well armed in Colonial America. This was to both show off the power and wealth of the British Empire (a rifle being a sizable portion of a normal person's yearly income) and to be used to defend the Governor and his family/staff in case of uprising. In Colonial Williamsburg, the Governor's Palace had more muskets, rifles, pistols, and melee weapons than the actual magazine (arsenal).
* The first room you enter at Alnwick Castle has an incredible array of polished metal in the form of antique pistols, swords, and assorted other weaponry arranged in aesthetically pleasing patterns around the walls. All of the walls. Filling every square inch. (Even more impressive, however, is the library with walls made of books.)
* The Great Hall at Edinburgh Castle is decorated with swords, pistols, a couple of little brass mortars and just about every kind of polearm you can think of.
* And of course, TruthInTelevision for most military and police forces. Armories will often have them stored on racks on the walls, sometimes in locked cages for added security.
* Ditto for any gun store. Dozens, sometimes hundreds, of rifles and shotguns lined up against the wall, and handguns lying under glass like in a jewelry store... all the better for the customer to select his or her purchase.
* Leeds Armoury has the [[http://www.royalarmouries.org/visit-us/leeds/leeds-galleries/hall-of-steel Hall of Steel.]]
* Gun manufacturer Heckler & Koch maintains a ... special conference room (the Grey Room) at their Virginia HQ for the purpose of looking impressive. [[http://i270.photobucket.com/albums/jj93/HK417/GRAY%20ROOM/Gray-Room-panorama.jpg It's successful.]]
* The page image is of Charlton Heston's private gun collection. One would expect nothing less from the man who headed the NRA (America's main gun rights lobbying group) late in his life.
* As shown [[http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/channel-awesome-s-new-shows-and-more here]], the WebSite/ThatGuyWithTheGlasses studio has one. And ''because'' Doug decided to play the video for stepford NightmareFuel, Rob had to explain over and over again on the forums that everyone was safe and not going to be accidentally injured like in their previous three anniversary specials.
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