The post-war steel used on the 67A was still a low carbon mild steel but had a slightly higher level of other alloys. You're not the high Bidder until you've been notified by email that you are. I think I am going to shorten the height it protrudes, increase the slope of the ramps and polish it as much as possible without getting onto the bolt's body. Yes, my 67 has been a great training tool for my wife and daughters! The rifle featured a made of plain uncheckered with a pistol grip and finger grooves, and was a design; the barreled was easily removed by turning a screw under the stock using a first year models had a knurled thumbscrew that could easily be loosed by fingers. Personal Checks are held a full week for clearance.
In fact, my Dad's might have been a model 60. This model of rifle was sold from 1934 to 1963 by Winchester Repeating Arms Company. I do not know where to find parts however but best of luck hunting. Bad thing with mine is somebody re-varnished very well the stock while the bluing remains fairly worn. The model 67 is capable … of firing any.
It did fairly well at 25 yards with 1. The main difference is that the 64 is issued standard in a rifle configuration and the 94 in a carbine configuration. Also in November 1937, the same three scope options became available for the standard model, and the post scope was offered on the Boy's Rifle. Please obtain a tracking number from your carrier for immediate delivery confirmation of payment. The value is relatively low for the Model 67 single shot rifle due to the fact that Winchester manufactured 383,587 of them, and most were hard used by the youth of that era. Reblued receiver over a few areas of minor pitting, markings remain clear. Since Winchester found the design unnecessary and discontinued it I am tempted to just remove the spring or the tit altogether but, would like to keep it original as much as possible and still be able to work the bolt comfortably.
It actually looked like the cherry stock that was on my model 67A single shot and my model 55. There are some exceptions to the 67 that add a bit more value. A ring of finish loss is apparent at the muzzle and shallow marks in the finish can be seen along the barrel. Also but more specialised, the two have different sights. Model 64 were made in 2 different time frames 1933 to 1957 and again from 1972 to 1974. I am wondering if this is the reason that feature was eliminated from the 67A.
A better idea would be to hold onto it and keep it around for groundhogs or plinking. Let me know when you get tired of it. Magazine fed bolt action rifle with original blue finish and plain walnut stock. Tang mounted rear sight installed and flip up front sight. This barrel was shortened to 20 inches 510 mm , the length of pull of the stock was reduced by 1.
If the firearm has a ring attached to the body action it will be a carbine as this 'saddle ring' was not available on rifles. A dowel repair can be seen at the toe. This rifle was produced from 1937 to 1963. The most common were field grade guns in 12 ga. Then we'll know just how well it does shoot. My plan is to have the stock professionally refinished. All parts will be individually wrapped.
The 67 was made from 1934 up through 1963. Stamped on the left side of the receiver with the two-line Winchester adress and patent dates. My Grandson shoots better than I do. Regarding the model 67 that had a bolt that closed, and opened, very hard; what I found was the receiver section, at the breech end of the chamber was slightly bent upward which made the area that the bolt handle contacts move forward enough to make the bolt handle contact the closing area of the receiver tighter. The scopes were boxed separately and attached to integral bases on the barrel by the rifle's buyer. Blued finish with plain wood stock. Big Larry I sure will Big Larry.
Perhaps other owners of 67's can compare the position of their spring to what I show in the photos? He shot my duty gun when I was a Reserve Deputy Sheriff and put 50 rounds into the black with his, now mine, Target Woodsman at 25 yards, with one hand. This is what relaxed plinking is all about and how I learned to shoot from my dad. With the 32B rear sight your Model 47 is a Winchester catalog number G4702R and is the later of the 4 variants. You have to manually pull the knob out to cock them. Big Larry said I think 3 groups at 50 yards are sufficient for a hunting-plinking rifle.