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->'''Tank:''' So what do you need? Besides a miracle.\\
'''Neo:''' Guns. Lots of guns.
-->-- ''Film/TheMatrix''

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A sister trope of MoreDakka, as the two usually go hand-in-hand, Gun Porn describes a scene or scenario with a lot of guns, enough to make a gun nut cream their pants (even women). In video games, there's also the option to see highly detailed models of said guns. Optional features include a careful attention to detail to the background and operation, heck, there might even be BulletTime glory shots during the firing of a gun. Basically, someone decided that focus on the gun itself is very important.

It's basically the gun equivalent to SceneryPorn and CostumePorn. Close cousin to TechnologyPorn. Sometimes associated with DescriptionPorn. See also GunAccessories for more of the toys that go nice with guns. Not related to PhallicWeapon... [[RuleThirtyFour usually.]]



[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* ''Manga/CityHunter'' is possibly the TropeMaker, as far as manga and anime are concerned.
* ''Anime/AngelBeats'' has [[http://www.imfdb.org/wiki/Angel_Beats! incredibly accurate guns.]]
* Switzerland, of ''Manga/AxisPowersHetalia'', seems to have a thing for guns as shown [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQdOyhMZOnM&feature=related here.]]
* ''Manga/{{Blame}}'', even though none of the guns are ''real'', the creator obviously takes great pains to put as much detail into them as possible.
* ''Manga/GunslingerGirl''. The author being a bona fide gun pornographer, it's unsurprising.
** The first anime is praised by [[Website/FourChan /k/]] for its GunPorn and accuracy. Teatrino.. Not so much.
* Creator/BeeTrain's "girls-with-guns" trilogy: ''Anime/{{Noir}}'', ''Anime/{{Madlax}}'' and, to a lesser extent, ''Anime/ElCazadorDeLaBruja''. They even used direct recordings for the audio.
* Kenichi Sonoda's ''Manga/GunsmithCats'', which is even about actual gunsmiths. He then went on to create the SuperRobot series ''Manga/CannonGodExaxxion'', whose title mech is basically a 500 foot gun with limbs & a head. Some of his works feature 'literal' Gun Porn, like the heroine [[EroticEating licking the barrel]] or a naked girl holding a rifle in a... strategic way.
* Whenever Toriyama drew a gun in ''Manga/DoctorSlump'', more often than not it was rendered in greater detail than the character holding it (though it usually still looked cartoony enough for the style of the manga).
* Despite the Sci-Fi setting, ''Anime/CowboyBebop'' features mostly real and accurately drawn contemporary weaponry, with Jericho 941, Glock 30, Walther P99, HK USP, and 1911-style firearms shown impeccably drawn in prominent roles.
* ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'':
** Kouta Hirano's guns are fictional, but the way he rattles off specs in such glorious detail... ''Film/DirtyHarry'' would be proud.
--->'''Alucard:''' The silver cross of Lancaster Cathedral was melted down to create these [[DepletedPhlebotinumShells 13mm explosive shells]]. Nothing I shoot ever gets back up again.\\\
'''Walter:''' [[ICallItVera The Jackal]]: A custom 13mm anti-freak combat pistol. It fires custom-made rounds, far more powerful than the .454 Casull rounds you're used to. [[HandCannon 39cm long, 16kg in weight]], [[BottomlessMagazines 6 rounds per magazine]]. The Jackal has more firepower than any human could be expected to handle.\\
'''Alucard:''' And the rounds?\\
'''Walter:''' [[DepletedPhlebotinumShells 13mm explosive shells]].\\
'''Alucard:''' Casings?\\
'''Walter:''' Pure Macedonian silver.\\
'''Alucard:''' And the tips? Explosive or mercury?\\
'''Walter:''' Mercury tips. And they're already blessed.
** Seras is a bit less appreciative of this when introduced to the [[{{BFG}} Harkonnen]].
--->'''Walter:''' The Harkonnen: A 30mm anti-freak cannon. Designed to be used with both depleted uranium shells and exploding incendiary shells. This weapon will destroy all but the most heavily armored of targets.\\
'''Seras:''' WHAT THE HELL IS THAT!!!
* The first ''Anime/GhostInTheShell'' movie includes a scene towards the end, that shows the main character disassembling her PDW and ejecting the steaming hot barrel to switch for another calibre and armor piercing bullets. The same scene also includes a tank with two massive Gatling guns and a grenade launcher shooting the place to shreds.
* ''Manga/BlackLagoon'' is a ''very'' gun-laden series, and Rei Hiroe is very good at rendering the main characters' primary instruments of destruction.
* ''Manga/DesertPunk'', though much more in the manga, which even has a section at the end of the volume collections listing details of all of the guns used including their action and ''rifling''. The foreword of the first chapter even has the author stating how it would suck to be a gun in the desert because of sand getting in the barrel and the oil being affected by changing temperature.
* ''Manga/{{Trigun}}'', [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin as you'd expect]]. Look at the Expy Ak-47s, magnums with barrels about eight-inches long that can morph into a super weapon, crosses that can become light machine guns, sniper rifles with barrels ten yards long, saxophones that can become guns, amongst other colorful examples.
* ''Manga/{{Jormungand}}'', as expected for a manga about a team of mercenary {{arms dealer}}s. It features a wide variety of well-drawn hand guns, submachine guns, assualt rifles, sniper rifles, and a Javelin missile launcher ''all in the first chapter''.
* ''Manga/HighschoolOfTheDead'' features beautifully rendered guns given gushing descriptions by the resident GunNut, Kouta.
** ''[[ShoutOut Kouta Hirano]]''! He even ''looks'' the same.
* ''VideoGame/{{Gungrave}}''. Check out the opening.
* ''LightNovel/AriaTheScarletAmmo'' has every character (revealed till now) wielding ''different'' models of firearms, most of them described in great detail. While the usage of guns in the series sometimes lapsed into the RuleOfCool, the effort spent in describing their relative strengths and weaknesses is impressive.
* ''Manga/ShamanKing''. The X-Law armory is filled with realistic weapons, ranging from RPG's to M16's. And to top it off, [[spoiler:There's a giant angel Oversoul, right in the middle of the room, for Lyserg.]]
* ''Manga/{{Upotte}}'' is an anime about [[MoeAnthropomorphism personified firearms]] that just barely avoid being ''literal'' gun porn. Naturally, it includes very detailed depictions and trivia about the guns the characters represent.
** The author's notes in the side story, ''Upotte!! Rufuira'', show that the author is a genuine GunNut, who sadly is limited to owning ''deactivated guns'' on account of living in Japan.
* The Walpurgisnacht/ Walpurgis Night battle at the end of ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'' features some elements of this, most notably the sequence involving hundreds if not thousands of VERY accurately-drawn AT-4 and RPG-7 rocket launchers and due to [[spoiler: Homura's time-stopping abilities]], detailed freeze-frames of the rockets in-flight. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S75J91jx8BA See for yourself.]]
** The GunFu / GunKata fight between Mami and Homura in ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagicaTheMovieRebellion'' takes this trope UpToEleven, with Homura drawing out one ''incredibly'' detailed firearm after another as she combats Mami's multitude of musket rifles. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jURnqQLMNvk It must be seen to be believed.]]
* What about ''Anime/PumpkinScissors''? Notably the .51 caliber PISTOL known as the "Door Knocker".
* ''Manga/FullMetalAlchemist'' has shades of this, especially early on - note the vastly oversized chain gun used by Father Cornello in the first chapter, and the automail gun used by the bandit leader in the train heist - as well as more conventional instances like Riza dismantling her pistol.
** The [[Anime/FullmetalAlchemist 2003 anime version]] takes things much further again: Basque Grand's alchemy consists in turning himself into a [[GunsAkimbo living ball of gun barrels pointing in all directions]], a trick repeated later with Wrath, and Frank Archer gets rebuilt as an automail android half of whom is taken up by an enormous cannon.
* ''Anime/GirlsUndPanzer'' is this in high-calibre tank form, with loving attention to both the vehicles, their weapons,and with gratuitous amounts of bullet time for the shells as they whizz back and forth. One of the characters, Yukari, often provides glowing descriptions of each vehicle too.

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* ''Comicbook/ThePunisher'':
** ''The Punisher: Armory'' is a miniseries entirely devoted to loving descriptions of his weapons and tactics.
** Several issues of ''Comicbook/ThePunisherMAX'' contain interludes where a narrating Castle describes the history and uses of his favorite weapons.
** You can count on the Punisher to take Gun Porn to a new level every opportunity he gets. A gun doesn't even have to be shown for this trope to be in effect. Frank ''knows'' guns inside and out. (A single shot is heard in the distance) Man: "What was that?" Frank: "M-25 sniper rifle with a .303 Winchester round."
* The late, lamented ''Comicbook/{{Doom}}'' [[http://www.doomworld.com/10years/doomcomic/ comic]]. The Marine really, ''really'' loves his guns.
* Hilariously parodied in a Slapstick issue where he tangles with the Overkiller, a fifth-rate Punisher knockoff. The Overkiller is first shown driving in his van and thinking to himself. "A man's only friend is his gun." The next panel shows the back of his van absolutely packed from floor to ceiling with guns of every shape and size. "Fortunately, I've got ''lots and lots'' of friends."
* An instance of GunPorn shows up in the ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'' of all places. When Victor uses his electro magnetic powers to disarm a gunmen, while doing so he also gives a lovely description of the weapon that goes as follows.
-->'''Victor:''' Glock 21, right? 45 cal with a thirteen round magazine. Polymer receiver, but the slide is sweet sweet '''steel.'''

[[folder:Fan Works]]
* ''Fanfic/HalkegeniaOnlineZeroHour'' has multiple sidestory chapters in which the main characters describe the various items in their ever-growing arsenal in loving detail.
* Parodied in the ''Franchise/CodeGeass'' fanfic ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/7185265/1/Code-Geass-Lelouch-of-the-Awesomeness Lelouch of the Awesomeness]].
* ''Plan 7 of 9 from Outer Space''. In Chapter 12 (Have Rocket Gun, Will Travel), [[Film/TheAdventuresOfCaptainProton Captain Proton]] visits a virtual ArmsDealer to purchase a handgun, and gets the specs of an unnecessarily LongList of firearms.
-->"Let's just move on, shall we?" said Proton. "This is clearly gratuitous fanservice for those of us who like drooling over busty bimbos fondling phallic firearms."

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* A great example of Gun Porn is none other than ''Film/TheMatrix'', where they even include glory shots of the bullets.
-->'''Tank:''' So what do you need? Besides a miracle.\\
'''Neo:''' [[OneLiner Guns. Lots of guns]].
* ''Film/{{Equilibrium}}'' takes gun action in [[GunKata another direction]] that's pretty damn cool, making it a Gun Porn movie by default.
* ''Film/{{Aliens}}'' futuristic Pulse Rifle and Smart Gun were basically just modified Thompsons [=SMGs=] and [=MG42s=].
* ''Film/ShootEmUp'' is an obvious attempt to go as far over-the-top as possible with this trope. It goes so far over the top that it becomes an IndecisiveParody. The movie is meant to be antigun, but this intended moral falls completely flat. While omitting the obsession over guns ''themselves'' compared to actually using and discarding them, which makes it, um... hardcore gun porn?
* ''Film/LordOfWar'', being about an international arms dealer, is rife with Gun Porn.
* ''Film/{{Shooter}}'' (the Mark Wahlberg movie) is basically one long excuse to show guns
* Creator/JohnWoo's action movies come complete with loving shots of all sorts of guns, especially Berettas. Of course much of his movies are devoted to [[HeroicBloodshed the effect those guns have on the human body]].
* In ''Film/{{Wanted}}'', the main characters (protagonists and antagonists alike) have the ability to curve bullets fired from a gun. One can only imagine what gun porn potential this unleashes. Needless to say, there are a multitude of glory shots of bullets being fired and close ups on what kind of destruction they cause, often times amounting in little more than duels with guns, as the characters sometimes deflect bullets by firing other bullets at them.
* Several of the scenes in ''Film/{{Predator}}'', particularly the famous deforestation sequence, were meant to ridicule this trope.
* The ''Franchise/{{Terminator}}'' series is full of gun porn. ''Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay'' is a particular offender, with lots of shots showing Sarah Connor's humongous underground gun vault, and then there was her coffin in ''Film/Terminator3RiseOfTheMachines'' that was filled primarily with loads and loads of weapons. There's also the whole scene where the T-800 destroys dozens of cop cars with a minigun.
* ''Film/District9'' contains many cases of Gun Porn, often from previously rarely seen South African small arms, most notably the Denel NTW 20mm anti-materiel rifle and PAW 20mm grenade launcher, both of which were used to [[spoiler: finish off the mech.]]
* The last half of Creator/UweBoll's ''Film/HouseOfTheDead'' is loaded with these.
* The armory of the Swiss Guard in ''Film/AngelsAndDemons'' is half ''Gun Porn'' and half ''Flanged Mace Porn''.
* The back of Reese's van in ''Film/FromParisWithLove'' presents a special cache of this, once you get past the keypad.
* PlayedForLaughs in ''Film/TheBoondockSaintsIIAllSaintsDay'' which has a scene where the Saints are choosing their weapons for a hit. The weapon provider invites them to see his best stuff, and when he opens the briefcases, actual softcore porn music starts playing.
* ''Film/{{Tremors}}'' has an actual ''fan'' of Gun Porn in Burt Gummer, and a scene in which his compound is attacked by the subterranean beasty breaking into his basement. It starts with him and his wife unloading the guns they were cleaning into it, then running out of ammo and backing toward the far side basement wall which is absolutely ''[[WallofWeapons covered in guns]]'' in what can only be described as a CrowningMomentOfFunny ''and'' a CrowningMomentOfAwesome wrapped into one. That Graboid broke into the wrong goddamn recroom.
* Just prior to the climatic finale in ''Film/HotFuzz'', Angel loads himself up with an enormous array of weaponry acquired earlier in the film, all presented in fast but loving detail, with loading them with ammunition, cocking and twirling galore. In one of the DVD commentaries the director faux apologizes for saying so, and remarks he must be a 14 year old boy, but he claims the sequence gets him hard. Sounds like gunporn alright.
* Big Daddy's studio-stroke-armoury in ''Film/KickAss'' fits the bill - racks and racks of beautiful weapons, including a number of rare items. And, wonderfully, a jetpack-mounted twin-minigun rig. Mmm...
* ''Film/IronMan2'', when Hammer shows [[Comicbook/WarMachine Rhodey]] and a general the weapons he can offer in exchange for an IronMan suit. When asked which of the large arsenal he wants installed in what will soon become the ComicBook/WarMachine armor, Rhodey naturally says [[MoreDakka "all of them."]]
* ''Film/{{Zardoz}}'', the titular god says "The gun is good!", and literally spews thousands of guns and bullets for his followers to use.
* ''Film/{{Unforgiven}}'', while being essentially a deconstruction of the whole western genre, still manages to prominently feature a wide cross-section of old-west firepower. Several of the weapons (such as Ned's Spencer rifle, the Kid's Smith & Wesson Schofield, and a mentioned but unseen Walker Colt) are identified by name.
* In ''Film/TheMask'' the title character takes out from his pockets around fifty different guns and aims them at the {{mooks}}. After they run away however, it is revealed they are all {{Bang Flag Gun}}s.
* Most openings of ''Film/JamesBond'' films combine this with silhouettes of dancing girls (usually wearing VaporWear).
* ''Film/TheGoodTheBadAndTheUgly'' has some very loving close-up shots of revolvers being disassembled, cleaned, reassembled, with some chill-inducingly satisfying foley.
* In one of the most awesome acts of self-defense ever depicted on film, there's a scene in ''Film/TheDarkKnight'' where a hostile witness tries to kill Harvey Dent, but the gun misfires, and then he punches out the witness, grabs the gun, and lays it in front of Sal Maroni with these words, including a succinct description of the attempted murder weapon:
-->'''Harvey Dent''': ''Carbon fiber .28 caliber, made in China.'' If you want to kill a public servant, Mr. Maroni, I recommend you buy American.
** In the novelization, it's ceramic, not carbon fiber.
* In ''Film/{{xXx}}'', Xander points to a huge pile of guns (and other stuff) and then to his car saying "I want all that, in there!"
* One of the classiest examples of Gun Porn comes from ''Film/JohnWickChapter2'', where The Sommelier not only has an entire armory for hitmen to choose from, he talks them up like they're bottles of fine wine. Prospective clients of his weapons sales services are guided through recommended weaponry for the given operation, not unlike a wine tasting for a discerning party host.
* Although the entire run time of ''Film/{{Last Action Hero}}'' is an example of this trope, there are a few specific examples that stand out. Both the protagonist and antagonist carry a HandCannon. At the Ripper's behest in the opening scene, Slater is forced to drop his Desert Eagle, and then continues to fish out and discard about six other pieces hidden on his person. When Danny [[spoiler:is transported into the movie and]] ends up in Slater's car, he opens the glove box - which is overflowing with handguns. Later in the film when Slater returns to his apartment, a glimpse of the closet reveals his "wardrobe," which consists of the same outfit: snakeskin cowboy boots, suede jacket, jeans, red t-shirt, and his signature Desert Eagle. The closet holds about ten of these identical outfits, including a fresh Eagle for each change of clothes.
* The scene in ''Film/TaxiDriver'' with Easy Andy selling handguns to the protagonist from a couple of suitcases, including lingering closeups and Andy WaxingLyrical on their attributes. The scene gets homaged in ''Film/GodBlessAmerica'' and ''Film/DeathSentence''.
* ''Film/{{Virus}}'' features Richie gearing up with a truckload of guns for an excursion into the bowels of the ship. When criticized for his overzealousness, he says "There's too things a man can never have too much of: Sex, and guns."

* The ''Literature/DeathLands'' series usually has elaborately detailed descriptions of guns. If the Armorer is featured in any way, expect elaborately detailed descriptions of all the ''parts'' of those guns.
* ''Literature/TheExecutioner'' series and its various spinoffs usually have trading-card stats of relevant weapons. Plus every CoolGun in the planet must have been used by the protagonists at one time or another, with the action often stopping to describe each weapon in loving detail.
* The ''Guardians'' series often has plenty of loving descriptions of military weapons, vehicles and explosives, how they work, and how soldiers using them rate them. Almost all present-day weapons, despite the setting being TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture -- or it was, when the series started. Now it's AlternateHistory.
* Creator/DavidDrake in ''Literature/HammersSlammers'' often describes particular weapon systems (and their effects on targets) in detail, from handguns to tank main cannons, as well as dedicated essays on technology, to include weapon systems.
* Creator/NealStephenson takes this trope, in written form, to his heart. In ''Literature/{{Cryptonomicon}}'', he spends over two pages lovingly describing the Vickers Machine Gun; The gun has its own little ''story arc'', complete with an entire page of building action, climax and denouement. This is merely a callback to ''Reason'' in ''Literature/SnowCrash'', a portable gatling cannon that's described in loving detail ''several times'' throughout the book.
-->''The Vickers was ''water-cooled.'' It actually had a fucking radiator on it. It had infrastructure... and a whole crew of technicians to fuss over it. But once the damn thing was up and running, it could fire continuously for days as long as people kept scurrying up to it with more belts of ammunition... Mikulski hosed down all of the German vehicles for a while, yawing the Vickers back and forth like a man playing a fire extinguisher against the base of a fire. Then he picked out a few bits of the roadblock that he suspected people might be standing behind and concentrated on them for a while, boring tunnels through the wreckage of the vehicles until he could see what was on the other side, sawing through their frames and breaking them in half. He cut down half a dozen or so roadside trees behind which he suspected Germans were hiding, and then mowed about half an acre of grass.''
* Creator/WilliamGibson goes the other way in ''Literature/{{Neuromancer}}'' by writing quite detailed descriptions of [[ReliablyUnreliableGuns cheap-ass guns]] or guns that ''were'' probably pretty good but are very old and not always well-maintained (damaged grips held together with tape, etc.).
* Creator/MatthewReilly usually introduces his bad guys with this, so that the audience knows how awesomely the protagonists are outmatched.
* The 1980's action-adventure series ''The Survivalist'', written by gun writer Jerry Ahern.
* Creator/LarryCorreia, as a competitive shooter and former gun store owner, loads his books with guns of every kind and describes their operation in true-to-life detail. ''Literature/MonsterHunterInternational'' is centered on a private contracting company that kills mythological creatures through ludicrous firepower, while ''Literature/TheGrimnoirChronicles'' feature John Moses Browning as a major character.
* ''Literature/FateZero's'' author Creator/GenUrobuchi gave a whole lot of detail to the weapons that Kiritsugu Emiya uses. To wit, Kiritsugu's weapons are a Calico M950 sub-machine gun, a Walter WA2000 sniper rifle (with night scope and heat vision sensors), and his Mystic Code the Thompson Contender, customized with his [[DepletedPhlebotinumShells Origin Bullets]]. The anime also shows other weapons in a couple of {{lock and load montage}}s.
* Creator/JTEdson always describes the weapons of his protagonists in loving detail. No character ever carries a generic gun, and the advantages and disadvantages of a particular weapon choice will always be spelled out.
* ''Literature/TheZombieSurvivalGuide'' is full of this. Even the guns that wouldn't be the best for killing zombies are described in detail.
* Name practically any Baen book that involves the citizens of Grantville, Thuringia.
** Or one that was written by Creator/LarryCorreia. Baen has a tendency to attract authors who are firearm enthusiasts. Creator/MichaelZWilliamson is another example.
* ''Literature/ThePostmodernAdventuresOfKillTeamOne'' sometimes even breaks into advertisements for the guns being described. Also taken literally [[spoiler:when two of the characters have sex on a pile of guns.]]
* Come up in ''Discworld/{{Pyramids}}'' by Creator/TerryPratchett. At the start of the book Pteppic loads up for his [[MurderInc Assassins Guild]] final examination with so much weaponry that he falls over.
** Also comes up in ''Discworld/{{Jingo}}'' where the incompetent shooter who took the fall for Prince Khufurah's injury is shown to be a weapons nut with a whole apartment full of magazines like "Bows and Ammo." He also thought that a BlingBlingBang would make his shots more accurate. [[RealityEnsues It didn't.]]
* Creator/TomClancy, which basically is [[PornWithoutPlot Gun Porn Without Plot]].
** It usually has a plot. Just that the descriptions don't do much to move the storyline.
* In ''Literature/TheGordianEvent'' by Lee Deadkeys, the long dead and not so crazy grandpa left his descendents a massive stockpile of guns. Also, each new firearm gets a short characterization when it first appears. There is great gun diversity and some minor discrimation by an old gunstore owner, calling Glocks "gun Tupperware".

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* ''Future Weapons''. Sometimes the host of the TV show sounds a little too excited.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/user/Kafkanishian This YouTube user]] uploaded a Japanese show that demonstrates a variety of guns with classical/jazzy music in the background.
** These videos pretty much the most literal kind of Gun Porn you can get, complete with [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything a rotating gun on a stand, then loading, charging, and finally firing... in slow motion.]]
* ''Lock 'n Load'' on the History Channel, which covers anything that shoots something. The show's host is none other than Creator/RLeeErmey.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUZMK7fBiZU The opening title]] for ''Series/SledgeHammer'' is a loving tribute to Inspector Hammer's custom .44 Magnum Smith & Wesson Model 629 revolver.
* ''Series/SonsOfGuns''. A RealityShow / DocuDrama dedicated to Gun Porn. [[RuleOfCool Finally]].
* ''Series/AmericanGuns'', DuelingShows counterpart to ''Sons of Guns'' above.
* The BodyOfTheWeek on one episode of ''Series/{{CSI}}'' was an avid gun collector who had all four walls of his basement as [[WallOfWeapons Walls of Weapons]] organized chronologically and by theatre. One of the extras, a ballistics tech, was practically drooling.
* Baltimore in ''Series/TheWire'' is a shooting gallery, so [[http://www.imfdb.org/wiki/Wire,_The a great deal of weaponry]] is inherent to the narrative. One prominent example occurs when the Barksdales are readying their arsenal to wage war on Marlo, including some military-grade stuff such as grenades and assault rifles.

* Parodied in Sage Francis' "Gunz Yo": ''I hold my crotch like a nine millimeter!''
* Music/IceT "Body Count"
-->You try to ban the AK\\
I got ten of 'em stashed\\
With a case of hand grenades
* Brazilian song "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahXJ0P6PTLo Rap das Armas]]" ("The Weapons Rap"), mostly known for its usage in the movie ''Film/TheEliteSquad'' [[ListSong lists many, many firearms during it]] - the video linked there even illustrates them.
* Blokkmonsta's "Das ist meine AK" (This is my AK), a German rap song, is basically this in the first verse, listing a lot of factoids like weight, magazine capacity, maximum range of the projectile etc. The second verse is sung by somebody else who just raps about how he will kill you very hard with it.

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* The ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}: High-tech'' source book has almost a third of its width dedicated to explanations, rules, tables, and descriptions of various modern guns.
* ''[[TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness World of Darkness: Armory]]'' is pretty much gun porn, breaking down the standard firearms listed in the core book (light pistol, heavy pistol., shotgun, SMG, rifle, assault rifle, etc.) into make, model, and special properties. And then it gets into Melee Weapon Porn, Explosives Porn, Vehicles Porn... basically, it's the book to bust out when you want to go beyond the generics.
* The ''Inquisitor's Handbook'' for ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}: TabletopGame/DarkHeresy'' has over a dozen pages devoted to additional firearms, ranging from [[ShurFineGuns cobbled together 'zip guns']], to crude muskets, to barely-comprehended archaeotech weapons, and, of course, {{BFG}}s.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* Basically any modern combat FirstPersonShooter would fall into this trope.
** Perhaps the most obsessive and complete is Czech developer Bohemia Interactive's ''Videogame/{{ARMA}}'' series. Thanks to immense community support, at least one example of nearly every family of small-arm that uses a self-contained cartridge. There are World War One-era bolt-action rifles, which are absurdly powerful, accurate, and long-ranged; a Colt 1860 Army .44 cap-and-ball revolver; dozens of different models of AR-15 and AK-pattern rifles in civilian and military versions; 1950s battle rifles like the H&K G3, the FN FAL, and the M14; firearms from nations often overlooked by most games, like Swiss, Finnish, and Swedish rifles; bullpups, like the British L85/L86, the French FAMAS, the Austrian AUG, and the Israeli Tavor; every variant of the MG42; a dozen FN MinimiM249s; shotguns and submachine guns of dozens of varieties; and most of the world's service pistols. [[note]]Furthermore, if it isn't currently in the game, there are pretty good odds that it's on a modder's work list. On just one such list, there are the AR15 and M16 family, the HK416, the Burgess Folding Shotgun, no less than three different models of Winchester lever action rifle (1886, 1894, and 1895), some of the first successful semiautomatic rifles and shotguns (John Browning's Remington Model 8 rifle and Browning Auto-5 shotgun), the Swiss Schmidt-Rubin rifles (which never fired a shot in anger, but are some of the finest bolt-action rifles ever made), and over 120 other entries.[[/note]] Each of these is rendered in loving detail, often with several different types of ammunition, modeled as closely to real-life as possible.[[labelnote:Commentary]] As a side effect of this obsessive level of accuracy and the lack of a progressive unlock system and therefore the need to gradually improve a class of weapon, VideoGame/ArmA reverses some commonly held assumptions about some commonly seen firearms; default weapons in games from the Call of Duty and Battlefield franchises (the AR15 (M16, M4, HK416) or the Automat Kalashnikov (AK) families spring to mind), with iron sights and general purpose ammunition, are extremely effective out to 300 meters. This is just under three times the size of the largest map in the Call of Duty franchise, and several times the average engagement range with assault rifles in the ''Battlefield'' series.[[/labelnote]]
** One of the earliest videogame examples would be ''VideoGame/CounterStrike''.
** ''VideoGame/{{Black}}'' is a game described to be basically Gun Porn. Even Wiki/ThatOtherWiki redirects "Gun Porn" to it. In fact, that was the unofficial tagline for a while (not to mention copiously used by the developers in interviews). The menu background for the game consists of slow-motion shots rotating around highly detailed gun models in all possible directions, often throwing in the guns firing in order to really seal the deal.
** ''VideoGame/RainbowSix'' and ''VideoGame/GhostRecon'' can be thought of as a basic gun encyclopedia in the load out screen.
*** ''Ghost Recon'' takes it to the next level with the "Gunsmith" in ''Future Soldier'' - literally ''anything'' can be modified on a gun, from the trigger, to the gas system, to the barrel length, to the ammo, and more. There's even [[http://ghostreconnetwork.ubi.com/en-GB/xbox/grfs/gunsmith an online version of Gunsmith]] to put weapons together how you'd like.
** ''VideoGame/OperationFlashpoint'' features a ton of modern military small arms and ammo variants, but due to the game engine not supporting modular attachments, a lot of the weapons are just variants of the same basic weapon with different accessory configurations. For example, [=M4A1=] with iron sights, [=M4A1=] SD (suppressed + iron sights), [=M4A1=] CCO SD (suppressed + red dot sight, [=M4A1=] [=M203=] (underbarrel grenade launcher)...
** And what the last example lacks in modularity, ''VideoGame/{{Brink}}'' makes up for it. Customization screens allow for an intimate rendering of the dozens of weapons you can modify. Weapons which you can attach on up to 4 or 5 different areas. Sights, silencers, extended or drum mags, bayonets...the list goes on.
* ''VideoGame/GirlsFrontline'' takes Gun Porn into almost a ''literal'' sense: by having cute girls ''[[MoeAnthropomorphism as]]'' guns to fight a RobotWar. You also happen to be able to romance and marry them.
* ''[[VideoGame/ModernWarfare Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2]]'' has the Museum as an end-game bonus. Here you can pick up every single gun available in the campaign mode and mess around with against the [[VideoGameCrueltyPotential oddly-fleshy dioramas]] set up around the level (you can even use Price's exclusive 1911 from the original ''Modern Warfare'' which isn't normally available in the campaign). If you want to use all your various toys against some actual targets, there's a [[SchmuckBait big red button]] that you can press and have all the diaoramas come to life and accost you.
* The ''Franchise/MetalGear'' series, while in-game doesn't feature a lot of gun action, in-game {{cutscene}}s (especially in the UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube remake of [=MGS=]) make it one. And throw in the detailed descriptions of guns (to varying accuracy) as well.
** Naked Snake is a bit of a gun pornographer himself. The way he describes the [=M1911A1=] he gets from EVA early on his mission sounds exactly the way car enthusiasts talk about their rides. Seriously, he sounds more excited about the gun than he is about the hot, AbsoluteCleavage baring woman who's trying to seduce him. PlayedForLaughs in the special features, where [[spoiler:it's a lighter that EVA uses when he pulls the trigger. Snake's face is ''PRICELESS.'']]
*** Just to make it funnier for those who follow firearms development, a lot of the modifications described are [[TechnologyMarchesOn practically "bog standard" nowadays for 1911s]].
** ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4GunsOfThePatriots'' features 70 weapons, nearly all of them customizable with scopes, grenade launchers, suppressors, and the like, depending on which gun. ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolidPeaceWalker'' outdid that with 99 weapons, a number of them similarly customizable.
* ''VideoGame/MaxPayne'' has a bit of this as well. The games even do "bullet cams" for the sniper rifle. Some of the mods really make the game into a gun porn game.
* All of the weapons in the ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil1'' remake for [=GameCube=] have a gun porn section in it, complete with firing action for some of them.
** ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil5'' has a bit of firearm fetish going for it. The game uses a lot of correct names for weapons (averting AKA47) and you're offered new guns for making your current firearm as powerful as possible. In general the game has a lot more variety to its weapon selection than previous ''[=RE=]'' games as well. To put it into perspective, even IMFDB seems to respect ''[=RE5=]''[='=]s portrayal of its weapons.
* The ''{{Nerf}} N-Strike'' game is basically this... with Nerf guns. Its sequel included actual customization options, some new guns, and the removal of the duplicate guns that the first one was plagued with.
* The ''VideoGame/{{Hitman}}'' games let you collect a large variety of weapons, and then usually hand you a nice firing range to test them out on.
* This trope seems to be why ''VideoGame/UnrealTournamentIII'' contains guns that look like exploded-view models of the actual weapons they're supposed to represent. Lots of totally hawt levers exposed in those babies.
* VideoGame/{{Borderlands}}. The game's debug menu lists over 3 million guns, and the devs stopped counting after they reached ''17 million'' guns.
** There's a glitch in the Mad Moxxi expansion that can result in what [[http://elder-geek.com/_images/guns.jpg one poster]] described as "some kind of homicidal [[ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse Scrooge McDuck]] wet dream". If you haven't played the game, just know that each one of those thin points of light is sticking out of its own gun.
** Taken UpToEleven by VideoGame/{{Borderlands 2}}, where every manufacturer now have their own distinctive style not only limited to color scheme and different grips. To increase the count, it is possible to generate guns with components from different companies: for example, a Torgue shotgun with a side-by-side Jakobs double-barrel, a design familiar to anyone who's seen a picture of a regular shotgun, is a "Pounder", one with a Bandit tri-barrel fitting is called a "Hulk", and one with Torgue's own quad-barrel is called a "Ravager". (Bandit guns in particular tend to consist of bits from anywhere, welded together rather badly and painted red.) The magazine, stock, barrel, body and sight all have effects on how the gun functions.
*** You can also zoom in on any gun model in your inventory or shop screen. Even better is how much the devs have ShownTheirWork; a number of weapons have authentic looking methods of firing or operating. For example, the character fans the hammer of the revolver he or she is holding when firing it quickly. Another example is the various break action weapons like shotguns opening up realistically. Other details include realistic function actions of the hammers, bolts on some automatic weapons moving like real life weapons, and certain magazines like drums or pans moving like the weapon would believably fire. Other times, however, they just went nuts and came up with guns that fly through the air shooting at people when thrown away, guns that fire swords, guns with infinite ammunition, bullets that wobble through the air, and guns with bullets that drop grenades.
*** Even the loading screens get in on this by presenting a rotating image of a randomly selected gun superimposed over a landscape from the area you're going to. Some of them are even legendaries, such as the Infinity.
* There's only one gun in the ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'''s "Meet the Heavy" video, but the Heavy's rhapsodic description of it certainly qualifies.
--> "I am Heavy Weapons Guy, and this is my weapon. She weighs 150 kilograms and fires 200-dollar custom-tooled cartridges at a rate of 10,000 rounds per minute. It costs 400,000 dollars to fire this weapon, for 12 seconds!"
** Engineer's description of his creations in "Meet the Engineer" also qualifies. [[DangerDeadpan Bonus points for doing it in a calm voice while his turrets are protecting him from enemies]].
---> "I solve practical problems. For instance, how am I gonna stop some big mean Mother Hubbard from tearing me a structurally superfluous new behind? The answer: use a gun. And if that don't work? Use [[MoreDakka more gun]]. Like this heavy-caliber tripod-mounted little ol' number designed by me, built by me, and you best hope [[DramaticPause *pause*]] not pointed at you."
* ''VideoGame/{{STALKER}}'' already has a fairly large and varied collection of guns in the basic configuration, but the Arsenal Mod for ''Shadow of Chernobyl'' really seals the deal, with more than 60 new guns to play with. Search deeper in the net and many (usally Russian) compilation mods, for example, [="StalkerSoup"=], go into triple digits. Not only are they functional, but each gun tends to have paragraphs worth of info and history in the inventory. The Arsenal Mod also has its own versions for ''Clear Sky'' and especially ''Call of Pripyat'' available to download.
* ''VideoGame/JaggedAlliance 2''. With the v1.13 mod, they have every gun in the CoolGuns section except for ''seven''(AR-18, BAR, M1887, MP40, MG42, TEC-9, and Mauser C96, to be exact), and nearly all the guns in the RareGuns page. There are many variants on individual guns, as well, leading to around 300 guns.
** As if that weren't enough, there's multiple variants of ammunition for the same caliber, and a multitude of parts to use to customize individual guns with. There's so much gun porn it's quite easy to get distracted from actually fighting in favor of pimping out your mercenaries with the coolest guns possible.
*** As a spiritual successor, ''Brigade 7.62mm'' fits this trope too. In 3D! Moreso with the fanmade mods.
** There's also [[http://www.jagalaxy.com/index.php/ja2-downloads/mods-download/3037-Cosplay-DBB-Mod.html this mod]] that [[SerialEscalation takes it to an impossibly higher level.]]
* ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'' has a faction called the Boomers, who practically have a CargoCult-esque religion based around guns and explosives. Naturally, the main character can earn some serious Messiah points by [[spoiler:salvaging a pre-War B-29 from the bottom of Lake Mead for them]].
** The Gun Runners are at comparable levels of Gun Porn, though their outlook is secular and their plot relevance is much smaller.
** Then there's the Gun Runners' Arsenal DLC, which adds a plethora of new weapons in the mix for all your killing needs. [[MoreDakka Prepare the large boner of dakka.]]
** The biggest example of gun porn in the game would be the sheer amount of things you can do with firearms: along with modifying them, you can also reload your own ammunition. A big part of getting the most out of your weapon for the lowest cost is breaking down ammo you don't want or need for the lead, gunpowder, and primers and using them to craft ammo types like hollow points (more damage, less armor penetration) and armor piercing ammo (vice versa). Even energy weapons get in on this, letting you recycle energy cells and make overcharged ammo that wears the guns out faster in exchange for better performance. You can even find weak ammunition (like .38 Special for .357 Magnum weapons or .223 for 5.56x45mm guns) that puts less wear on the gun and is often cheaper. A major part of the modding scene is adding even more craftable ammo types and even letting you recycle the brass casings to reform them into new calibers.
* In the game ''VideoGame/ConkersBadFurDay'', play this trope parodying Matrix when Conker [[spoiler: blackmail the programmer to help him in killing Heinrich]].
* ''VideoGame/{{Battlefield 3}}'' has an absolutely huge wealth of guns for you to use in the multiplayer, as well as many scopes and attachments for your pleasure.
** ''VideoGame/Battlefield4'' kicks things up a notch by having over ''100'' guns from all over the world. While admittedly many of them are recycled from ''3'' (others from ''VideoGame/MedalOfHonorWarfighter''), it's still an impressive feat in terms of pure numbers.
** ''VideoGame/Battlefield1'' is like gun porn for history class, with its large number of famous and obscure guns in World War I all being researched and portrayed with detail.
* ''VideoGame/{{Receiver}}'' doesn't have a lot of guns (three as of the [=RC6=] update), but the gun mechanics are ''insanely'' detailed. We're talking "check the safety, cock the hammer, and reload individual bullets into the magazine"-level detailed.
* ''Videogame/{{Metro 2033}}'' and ''Videogame/MetroLastLight'' have lovingly detailed, [[ScavengerWorld improvised weapons]] built in the Metro [[WorldWarThree after the end of the world]]. The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NI50Ekjbpmc Uboinik/Shambler]], for example, is a shotgun with an exposed revolver magazine which users a Luger-esque loading/extraction mechanism. The structural rails on the top and bottom of the gun that block the magazine mean that's often necessary to manually cock the gun to spin the mag in order to load more shells.
* ''World of Guns: Gun Disassembly'' is a free-to-play UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} game that is practically rife with gun porn. Features include incredibly detailed weapon models that can be viewed, test fired in a simulated environment, basic field stripped and its most advertised feature, disassembly - assembly of the '''entire''' firearm ''[[UpToEleven right down to every single screw, pin and spring]]'' of the weapon. [[ShownTheirWork Even adjustable sights and individual parts of a bolt carrier group can be taken apart in loving detail.]]
* Despite playing AKA47 straight to a tee, ''VideoGame/PAYDAY2'' has a plethora of weapons with all manner of GunAccessories to go with it. Pretty good for a game that isn't about the modern military. The DownloadableContent expansions have added tons more too.

[[folder:Web Original]]
* For those wanting to create a Frankenstein's monster equivalent of a gun, you're in luck! [[http://pimpmygun.doctornoob.com/ Pimp My Gun]] and [[http://dragonflyteam.free.fr/pimpmyairsoft/ Pimp My Airsoft]] let you mix and match gun parts of popular firearms to create the dream weapon you want. So I'll take the AK's receiver, add the HK416's handguard, maybe throw in an M203...
* The [[http://www.imfdb.org/index.php?title=Main_Page Internet Movie Firearms Database]].
* The gun pornographer's ultimate website: [[http://world.guns.ru/main-e.htm World Guns]]. It basically catalogs every firearm made from very late 1800's to today.
* Freddie Wong's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6CXAaI1OAo "Huge Guns."]]
** "More Guns. Even More Guns. Raining Guns. It's a GUN STORM!" and "Lesbian Make out scene in the sky..... MORE GUNS."
* ''Literature/TheSalvationWar'' dedicates a ''lot'' of writing to describing the military hardware used. If it were cut out, the story would probably be 25% shorter.
** This is largely due to the author's day job: http://www.navweaps.com/index_tech/default2_bioSS.htm
* ''Website/SpaceBattlesDotCom'' discussions on firearms and their uses in both fiction and real life almost inevitably degenerate into gun porn of the scariest sort.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/user/FPSRussia FPSRussia]] And as always, [[CatchPhrase have nice day.]]
* [[http://http://www.youtube.com/user/hickok45 Hickock45]] [[CatchPhrase Life is good.]]
* Though the voice is in japanese [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_kvGxvXkIIZ_pCdRWX-T2A/this channel's]] particular choice of music and camera work seem to take gun porn to it's most literal level.
* Of course, any of the YouTube channels dedicated to firearms that talk about a particular piece and even field strip it for you in all its glory. Kind of makes you feel dirty in another way.
* A British gentleman named Stuart Brown, broadcasting under the handle [[https://www.youtube.com/user/XboxAhoy XboxAhoy]], made detailed videos for the many, many guns in various ''VideoGame/CallOfDuty'' games, specifically those available in its multiplayer modes. Along the way, he carefully cites the history, function, and specifications of each gun, as well as providing in-game footage of it in action. He also produced several similar videos based on the real life history of several commonly appearing guns in media. The focus on spoken details, plus his even, documentary-like tone of voice (which people have compared to Creator/DavidAttenborough), makes this a bit like Gun Phone Sex.
* [[https://www.youtube.com/user/Iraqveteran8888 Iraqveteran8888]]. Regular videos on the subject of "5 guns for various situations"; "gun Gripes" in which they discuss annoying things about gun culture, safety, laws, the industry, and design; how-tos regarding various gun-related work such as gun maintenance and home ammo reloading; and going out to the range to fire weapons, with the sub-category "We Shoot Your Stuff", in which [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin people send in their stuff because they want to see the boys shoot it]]. Also, because the presenters work at a gun shop, they try out and show off new products.

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* ''Webcomic/BetterDays'':
** Guns tend to be drawn in loving, accurate detail. About ten times the accuracy and detail given to backgrounds or cars in the comic.
** There is a Jewish character who basically hoards guns in his basement, including a M1919 .30cal machinegun, partly hidden behind an Israeli flag. He also talks to the main character in a very endearing way about them.
* ''Webcomic/GunnerkriggCourt'' has a short Sword Porn segment.
* ''Webcomic/AxeCop'': Avocado Soldier [[MakeAWish wishes]] for every weapon.

[[folder:Web Animation]]
* Most of the weapons in WebAnimation/{{RWBY}} are also guns. If a character is swinging something around in a fight, 9/10 times it will also fire bullets. You don't even want to try counting.
** Then there's Coco Adel's [[HandbagOfHurt Handbag]]/[[GatlingGood Gatling]] [[MoreDakka Gun]]

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* The Franchise/{{Transformers}}' god, Primus. He's the size of a planet, ([[TransformingMecha because he IS one]]), and he is slagging [[MoreDakka MADE OF DAKKA]]. ENORMOUS shoulder cannons. Huge twin wrist guns. Banks of guns and missile launchers in his shins and lots of other places. (And when that's not enough, he can use his moons as {{Epic Flail}}s.

[[folder:Real Life]]
* Three magic words for Heckler & Koch fans: [[http://i270.photobucket.com/albums/jj93/HK417/GRAY%20ROOM/Gray-Room-panorama.jpg The Grey Room]]. Currently housed in HKs Virginia facility, The Grey Room is a unique collection of HK weapons, particularly appealing to the gun porn aficionados thanks to the large number of rare and prototype weapons such as the G11 and [=XM8=].
* Dragon*Con 2010 (a SciFi/media convention) had an entire room, appropriately called The Armory, set up with loads of weapons on display, from pistols to heavy machine guns... and beyond.
* January in UsefulNotes/LasVegas sees the annual '''S'''hooting, '''H'''unting, and '''O'''utdoor '''T'''echnology trade show known as [=SHOT=] Show. Every firearms, ammunition, [[GunAccessories accessory]] manufacturer or manufacturer of anything relating to any of the above will send at least one representative and a selection of samples of their products.
* On almost any given weekend in the united states, there are hundreds of gun shows of all sizes all over the country. Vendors can be found selling everything from jerky to ammo to the usual assortment of GunAccessories. As well as every conceivable variety of firearm that is still available to the public in whatever location the visitor happens to be seeing the show.