The gun twirling-related carnage continues. Who knew that our first post mentioning the dangers of gun twirling would lead to this tragedy, wherein Nebraska resident Chance Paap twirled a .45-caliber pistol until he [somehow] pulled the trigger and killed his friend Nathan Kuhn (whom he stuffed into a closet). And then there was this one just two days ago, when Texas twirler Matthew C. Richie shot himself in the face. And today, wpxi.com reports that Pennsylvania twirler and bartender John Popinski also managed to unleash a self-inflicted head-shot. I think it’s safe to say that gun twirling is a skill best practiced with an unloaded gun. Or, alternatively, not at all.