B5 Systems

SHOT Show – H&K G28E 

The G28E is H&K’s entry into the US Army’s Compact Semi-Automatic Sniper System (CSASS) program. Notice the Handguard still has the HK-style attachment system that looks like reverse KeyMod.


The trigger is kind of interesting, but even more so once you get inside.


Check out the double springs in the trigger.


Word on the street is that this gun was downselected along with two others for the final phase of the program.  


13 Responses to “SHOT Show – H&K G28E ”

  1. DasDuck says:

    I wonder if that trigger design infringes Hyperfires patent?

  2. Riceball says:

    Anybody know what the purpose of the little knobs on the back of the trigger and and trigger guard area are for?

    • Joe says:

      Prevent overtravel of trigger

      • LCSO264 says:

        this….. over travel prevention…. not too terribly revolutionary…. allowing for/aiding with the trigger getting back forward for subsequent shots.

    • Marcus says:

      Prevent over-travel. As in what, prevent accidental damage to the trigger mechanism.

      I don’t get it. But I’m dense like that.

      • Joe says:

        Overtravel…you’re pressing the trigger to the rear, the shot breaks, and the trigger continues to move to the rear. The idea is that the shot breaks and the trigger stops moving.

  3. Jon says:

    I wonder who the other two down selects were? KAC and who else?

  4. EagleEastcoast says:

    Who’s suppressor is on the rifle?