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Posted on July 6, 2012
If you're a fan of the History Channel's very popular "Top Shot" show you may already know of season 4's "Top Shot" champion, Chris Cheng. But you should also know about Cheng's personal story and his support for the NRA and the shooting sports. For example, after receiving his "Top Shot" prize money, the first thing Cheng did was upgrade to a fully paid NRA Life Membership. "I want my first investment to symbolize how important it is for all of us who love the shooting sports to support the National Rifle Association in whatever capacity we can, whether it's with money, with our time, or by simply sharing our love for shooting with friends, family and colleagues. In the end, it is my hope that winning Top Shot will provide a different and unique face of the entire shooting community. One that shows marksmen and women who have day jobs like mine in an office, and shoot for the sake of pure fun."To read a recent NRAblog.com story about Chris Cheng, please click here.
History Channel, Chris Cheng, "Top Shot", NRAblog
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