Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Man Caves Almost Cooler Than The Cave Of Cool

These are some awesome examples of tricked out 'man caves' that I am almost jealous of. I am not a gun guy but the gun vault cave is wicked awesome. When I was a kid there was a terrific free military museum on the base in Shilo Manitoba. In the summer we would go hang out there and climb all over the tanks and artillery guns in their 'garden'.

Of course the Batcave is the model we all want to emulate with the T-Rex and giant penny. These come almost close. Check out the rest by following the link.


Often falsely attributed as the gun vault of late actor and NRA president Charlton Heston, this subterranean lair is the firearms collection of the late Bruce Stern, an attorney, Wharton Business alumnus, and Vietnam War vet. After he passed in 2007, his massive gun collection fetched $12.7 million at auction. Stern's man cave is accessible through a bad-ass bank safe door and includes a flamethrower, as well as a number of machine guns. In fact, I would wager there are enough high-powered and lethal weapons in Stern's vault to arm a small militia in the event of a zombie apocalypse.



This cavernous home theater is fit for either Bruce Wayne or Fred Flintstone. The specs of this $100,000+ home theater in Melbourne, Australia, include a 10-foot-wide screen, Lexicon amplifiers, and eight channel surround sound, as well as meticulously plastered basement walls to authentically replicate an actual craggy underground lair.




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5 comments:

Keith said...

Wow! So awesome. I wish I had a man cave.

Robo said...

The man-cave I am most covetous of is that belonging to the chaps of the Bengal Club.

Wings said...

I prefer a more homey look, not a movie theater look. But, as a media room, that last one is pretty damn cool.

Wandering Coyote said...

That gun cave brings back some memories...

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