what is value of winchester model 67 bolt action 22 cal ?

6 years ago #1
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what is value of winchester model 67 bolt action 22 cal ?

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6 years ago #2
2bit
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Guest,

Model 67 rifles were produced between 1934 and 1963. They are not serial numbered so it is impossible to date the manufacture of the rifle precisely. The value is dictated by the condition of the rifle. Since I have no idea of what kind of shape your's is in I can give a specific number. Some place between $100 and $250 if it is absolutely perfect.

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2bit

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4 years ago #3
bluegrasscotty
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Hello,
I have seen them in the last couple of years go from $125.00 to $350. I saw one missing the front sight in Bass Pro and the tag on the trigger guard said $225. I thought it was a bit steep but I've seen others since that are fetching that kind of price in overall good condition. They are getting older and are a remarkably accurate .22; and with the demise of "Winchester" their value can only get better. Hope that helped even if just a little. Take care,
Bluegrasscotty

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2 years ago #4
Spencer D
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Incorrect. Made from 1932-1967, a Winchester 22 model 67 bolt action single shot can bring a variety of prices, depending on a few things. The men's rifle which I believe has a 27 inch barrel brings up to $800 mint. The youth model which I believe is 23 inch barrel brings up to $300ish mint. It shoot 22 s/l/lr rounds.

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2 years ago #5
Bert H.
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Spencer D wrote:
Incorrect. Made from 1932-1967, a Winchester 22 model 67 bolt action single shot can bring a variety of prices, depending on a few things. The men's rifle which I believe has a 27 inch barrel brings up to $800 mint. The youth model which I believe is 23 inch barrel brings up to $300ish mint. It shoot 22 s/l/lr rounds.


Spencer,

It is you that is incorrect. The information that you posted is erroneous and not accurate.

Production of the Model 67 began in May of 1934, and ended in December of 1963. There were two variations;

1. Standard rifle, 27-inch barrel.

2. "Junior" rifle, 20-inch barrel.

The Juniuor rifle is considerably less common, and in identical condition, it sells for a lot more $$$ than the standard rifle.
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2 years ago #6
bobby
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thanks very much

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2 years ago #7
bvillestraub
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Yes Bert you are correct. ALSO. There are 2 more variations:
Model 67's were produced from 1934 to 1937, while model 67"A" (with an A stamp) were produced from 1938 to 1963.
The real kicker for these guns is what type of boring was used. Spiral bores usually go for around 200 but I've seen smooth bores go for 1000 to 1500.
So bluegrass you should go check bore on that one.

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1 year ago #8
buck
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i have a 67 smooth bore doesnt have nvr on it is this a 1934 model ?

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1 year ago #9
Bert H.
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buck wrote:
i have a 67 smooth bore doesnt have nvr on it is this a 1934 model ?


No smooth bores were made in the first several years. To the best of my knowledge, all of the smooth bores were Model 67As.
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1 year ago #10
Durango
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That's strange. I seen one
listed on Guns America,
as a collector's item at
$ 500. and it sold.

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1 year ago #11
msmike
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Durango wrote:
That's strange. I seen one
listed on Guns America,
as a collector's item at
$ 500. and it sold.
every now and then barnem and bailys customer will prove a fool is born every min. or some idiot's will get in a biding war and pay way more than a item is worth. so yes you will see the excepton to the rule. in my area for the last 5 or 6 years a normal model 67 in fair shape wont get 125 at the local gun shows. one as new might see 300. but thay are few and far between. the internet will get higher prices but not by that much.
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10 months ago #12
jonah
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Do you or anyone on here know where i can get the lever action bolt for the rifle barrel one. Also price please. If so <phone> . Thank you

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10 months ago #13
msmike
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are you asking where you can get a bolt for a winchester model 67 ?.

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5 months ago #14
Dallas Dan
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So here is a question for all of the Winchester model 67 experts
I have 2 of the model 67A, one was my fathers and the other we found in a pawn shop about 45 years ago.
1 has a polished silver trigger guard and a narrow, longer tapered fore stock and the other is a blued trigger guard and a stock that is wider, flatter and shorter by 1 1/2 inches. Both are long barrel with rifling.
any ideas on which one was from earlier years ?

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5 months ago #15
Bert H.
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The one with the shorter & fatter stock is the newer rifle.

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5 months ago #16
Dallas Dan
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Thank you Bert
Best I can tell from all the different history lessons out there is it is between 1937 and 1943 and the older is post 46

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4 months ago #17
Kevin
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this is correct as I have several of both models.

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4 months ago #18
Kevin
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Brownells or Newrich

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4 months ago #19
Kevin
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you can search by the serial numbers as to which is older. My bet would be on the blued one.

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4 months ago #20
msmike
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Kevin wrote:
you can search by the serial numbers as to which is older. My bet would be on the blued one.
model 67's did not have sn#. there were a few that were sold overseas that did get sn# but most have no sn#
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