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Winchester Model 67 Value/ Gen. Info.?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by brnmuenchow, Sep 21, 2012.

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  1. brnmuenchow

    brnmuenchow Member

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    As to continue with my answer in "Best .22 cal rifle" thread. I have a Winchester Model 67 single shot rifle. All I really know is it's old, and I have owned it by inheriting it from my grandfather when I was a child. The last time I even attempted to get any insight/ info. on the Model 67 series there was not that much available info. out there. All I was really told was trying to find it with a serial# was impossible with some type of issue at Winchester at the time I guess was not really keeping records on them or some such thing, like I said the last inquiry was years ago but that seemed to be the consensus. I will take any and or all info. anyone can give about the rifle including if anyone knows the current $$$value of a Model 67 in really good condition, but not like new. I do highly recommend one as a great starter rifle for anyone if you ever come across one, fantastic rifle! Thanks...:)
     
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    http://www.thehighroad.org/archive/index.php/t-22973.html

    We have the same sort of story. Mine is the first rifle I shot somewhere around age 3. In my early teens my grandfather gave it to me. I place mine somewhere around 1937 build as the screw is flush and no finger grooves, but the bolt is chromed and the trigger is ungrooved.

    Value? I've seen them in gun shops in the $200 range. I know mine is priceless however.
     
  3. brnmuenchow

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    Thanks for the link, now that I think about it there is not a serial# on it at all. The bolt on mine is also chromed and trigger is also ungrooved, however if memory serves because I am not currently looking at it.. but I believe the screw is not flush and there are finger grooves in the furniture. I am like you though mine is also priceless, I was just curious.
    Thanks. :)
     
  4. wrench

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    Lots of these around. Very used, beat up condition $100, clean used $150ish.
    Very clean rifles approach $200, with like new condition worth $200-$300.
    Youth models bring high end prices, and the older ones with fingergrooves seem to hold up value a bit as well.
    Like a lot of old guns, condition is king.
    We've got several of these in the family, just nice, simple, well made little rifles.
     
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