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Winchester model 67 22 rifle

Do any of you guys know anything about these. I recently acquired one and dont know to much about these older winchester 22s. What is it worth also. This one is in really nice shape

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-10-2011, 10:52 PM
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Re: Winchester model 67 22 rifle

lots of them out there. I got one. worth= what some one will pay.
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Re: Winchester model 67 22 rifle

not worth anything ihave 2 they are accuraTE BUT SINGLE SHOT STARTER GUN
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Re: Winchester model 67 22 rifle

Probably $100 to maybe $200 tops, in excellent condition, IF someone really wants it that bad? People do collect old Remington and Winchester single shot 22s and they seem to fetch more than about any other brands of common rifles.

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Re: Winchester model 67 22 rifle

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Probably $100 to maybe $200 tops, in excellent condition, IF someone really wants it that bad? People do collect old Remington and Winchester single shot 22s and they seem to fetch more than about any other brands of common rifles.
I just picked up a Winchester 68 - which is the "target" version of the Model 67. Same basic gun except the mod. 68 has a factory mounted peep sight. The price of the 68 - was $150 - it was a gift from my wife.

These single shot models were made from the 1930's through the 1950's (I think). Real walnut stocks, blued steel and while this was one of Winchesters least expensive rifles - they still are a very good quality pre-64 Winchester rifle. You can usually find good examples on the auction sites for $100 to $200.
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Re: Winchester model 67 22 rifle

Thats correct Andy, I have my Dad's 68 which I started shooting in 1957. My Mother bought it for him sometime before the "Year of the Big Snow". We lived on the Farm and I shot it every Day!!! My friend got an Ithaca Saddle Gun one year for Christmas. He eventually wore it out, however the 68 still shoots good today !!!! Good Times !!

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Re: Winchester model 67 22 rifle

Go to GunBroker.com and type in Winchester model 67. Gunbroker usually runs a bit on the high side, but it will give you an idea.
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Re: Winchester model 67 22 rifle

Gunbroker and GunsAmerica are good places to get a feel for what things fetch these days, but for the most part I don't get too excited about the prices being reflective of local market prices.

For one thing, a gun in a different part of the country might fetch more or less where it's being offered, than the same model here in PA.

Mostly I find the prices to be on the high side, compared to what I've actually paid for used rifles here, in the past several years.

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