History Channel champ shares secrets of shooting like a pro

Top Shot Chris Cheng's Shoot to Win book is a top seller Fairfax, Virginia - It's safe to say that most of the shooting world is familiar with Chris Cheng. The tech geek who took a few weeks off from Google to blaze through and win Season 4 of History Channel's Top Shot. That's all the inspiration he needed to say goodbye to Silicon Valley and hit the professional shooting circuit.

Since then Chris has accomplished quite a bit. He's holding his own as a Bass Pro Shops sponsored shooter, became a NRANews Commentator, and wrote his first book.

Titled Shoot To Win - tips, tactics, and techniques to help you shoot like a pro, the book has been nothing short of a hit. So much so that the first run sold out in under two weeks - not too shabby for a self-taught shooter.

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Law Enforcement from around the nation's capital come together in a test of skills

Shotgun shooter finds his mark at NRA Tactical Police Competition

Fairfax, Virginia - Under the dark and dingy drizzle-threating skies of Fairfax County arrived a select group of individuals. Men and women who wake every morning with you in mind. Men and women who strap on a gun, pin on a badge, and head out to protect and serve. Today they exercise that duty through another form; competition.

Here for the NRA’s 2014 Fairfax Tactical Police Competition are deputies, sheriffs, constables and agents from around the national's capital. All putting their skills to the test in a race against time and accuracy.

“It might sound like fun, but it’s a lot of work,” explained Law Enforcement Competition Manager Marc Lipp. “Some people will not go home happy.”

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