Maple Leaf (Shoshana) Technique

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Maple Leaf (Shoshana) Technique

Post by Ryan » Tue Oct 27, 2015 8:50 am

"The technique you're referring to is called the Shoshana (maple leaf) and is used only for HR on the main entrance of a structure. It's our version of immediate entry except instead of dominating the room by moving into it, we dominate with 3 simultaneous barrels from the threshold. While not as safe it's more aggressive which is the compromise for HR. I get into Israeli HR in more detail in my online streaming series as well as all the Israeli fundamentals below. "

I have also heard this called "shooting the gap."
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Re: Maple Leaf (Shoshana) Technique

Post by DareTactical » Sat Nov 07, 2015 2:58 pm

I'm guessing the example seen here after 0:30 is the technique Aaron Cohen was talking about.

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