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Chee, originally from [[Malaysia]], moved to the [[United States]] with his mother with only a small amount of money and the clothes on their backs. He eventually became interested in shooting and joined the [[United States Marine Corps]], becoming one of the best infantrymen in his battalion. Currently, he's a three-time [[rifle]] and [[pistol]] expert, and range master for the Los Angeles Gun Club.
 
Chee, originally from [[Malaysia]], moved to the [[United States]] with his mother with only a small amount of money and the clothes on their backs. He eventually became interested in shooting and joined the [[United States Marine Corps]], becoming one of the best infantrymen in his battalion. Currently, he's a three-time [[rifle]] and [[pistol]] expert, and range master for the Los Angeles Gun Club.
   
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According to ''[[Behind the Bullet (Season Four)|Behind the Bullet]]'', Chee applied to become a U.S. Marshal.
 
According to ''[[Behind the Bullet (Season Four)|Behind the Bullet]]'', Chee applied to become a U.S. Marshal.
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In 2013, it was announced that Chee would be a contestant in [[Season Five]], ''Top Shot All-Stars''.
   
 
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Chee Kwan

Chee Kwan
 Personal information
Born

1988–1989

Hometown

San Gabriel, CA

Occupation

Range Master

 Competition information
Season

Season Four

Team

Red Team
Green Team

Place

6th

Episode eliminated

SWAT Throwdown

[Source]

Chee Kwan was a contestant of Season Four. He was originally a member of the Red Team, but became part of the Green Team during the last half of the competition.

Chee was eliminated during Week Ten, after losing an Elimination Challenge against Gary Shank.

Personal life

"I'm here so that I can win this competition for my mother and show her that she's raised a good son."
―Chee Kwan[src]

Chee, originally from Malaysia, moved to the United States with his mother with only a small amount of money and the clothes on their backs. He eventually became interested in shooting and joined the United States Marine Corps, becoming one of the best infantrymen in his battalion. Currently, he's a three-time rifle and pistol expert, and range master for the Los Angeles Gun Club.

Top Shot: Season 1

Week One

Week Two

Week Three

Week Four

Week Five

Week Six

Week Seven

Week Eight

Week Nine

Week Ten

Post-competition

According to Behind the Bullet, Chee applied to become a U.S. Marshal.

Top Shot: Season 5

In 2013, it was announced that Chee would be a contestant in Season Five, Top Shot All-Stars.

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