The 2017 MODIFY Shooting Contest drew to a successful close at the Expo Dome, Taipei Expo Park on June 11.
MODIFY owes the electrifying mood of the event to the overwhelming enthusiasm of all attendees. The level of difficulty and challenge was raised this year by requiring shooting from the prone position. But everyone rose to the occasion. The event not only attracted participants from the well-known House Gamers Airsoft of Canada, but also shooters from Europe and N. America, all of whom kept each other on their toes to fill the contest with nonstop action.
Finally Chen Jia-hua and Luo Wei-chong tied for 2nd and 3rd with the time of 9.70 seconds, decided by the rule that the shooter going first shall prevail in case of tie; while Yen Sheng-hong took first place with the amazing time of 8.21 seconds to win Novritsch’s newest SSG24 sniper rifle.
Winning the event twice, Yen is obviously a loyal supporter of the MODIFY Shooting Contest, which is one of the ways MODIFY interacts and networks with airsoft hobbyists as it builds presence.