Chris Cheng Exclusively Reviews Oakley ‘Tombstone’ Shooting Glasses ~ Video

Chris Cheng Exclusively Reviews 'Tombstone' Shooting Glasses from Oakley
Chris Cheng Exclusively Reviews ‘Tombstone’ Shooting Glasses from Oakley
Top Shot, Chris Cheng
Top Shot, Chris Cheng

USA – -( Top Shot Champion and NRA News Commentator Chris Cheng provides an exclusive preview of “Tombstone,” a new pair of shooting glasses from Oakley Standard Issue.

Available on The Firearm Blog and on Cheng’s YouTube Channel (http://YouTube.Com/TopShotChris), Cheng talks about how Oakley approached the Army Marksmanship Unit (AMU) to develop the ultimate pair of shooting glasses.

“The AMU listed all the standard eyewear problems they faced, and Oakley tackled them with the new Tombstone glasses. Oakley has done a real bang-up job and the Tombstone glasses are amazing,” says Cheng.

Cheng was hand selected by Oakley to announce Tombstone, a week before the official announcement at SHOT Show.

“It’s been a dream to collaborate and work with Oakley on the future development of their eyewear. Part of my sneak preview experience was working with their product development team and wearing their proprietary eye tracking glasses to give them shooting data,” notes Cheng regarding his interaction with Oakley Standard Issue.

Cheng’s write-up and video are available on The Firearm Blog and his personal YouTube Channel at and

Tombstone by Oakley will be available for sale in Spring 2015.

About Chris Cheng

Chris Cheng won the title of “Top Shot,” a $100,000 cash prize, and a professional marksman contract with the show sponsor, Bass Pro Shops. How did a tech support guy who didn’t shoot a lot of guns beat out seventeen other competitors—including seasoned military veterans, law enforcement officers, and pro marksmen—in History Channel’s Top Shot Season 4?

Shoot to Win, a book for beginning marksmen, provides world-class instruction on pistol, rifle, and shotgun fundamentals, as well as fun and interesting insights into the Top Shot experience. Shoot to Win,( ) sold out of its first run, and is well on its way to becoming the premier, must-have resource for beginning marksmen.

With a foreword written by Top Shot season 3 champion Dustin Ellermann and an afterword written by the original Top Shot champion Iain Harrison, Shoot to Win is sure to please shooters of all stripes, but especially fans of History Channel’s program Top Shot.

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