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2009-09-12 16:08:36
2009-09-12 16:08:36

What is a Winchester model 67-22 short - long - long rifle worth?

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2020-05-02 04:22:52
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My Winchester model 67 has no serial no. has a 27 in. barrel and has no thump grove. not sure about your information that you give out about these guns. check your posting. thanks PS not for sale this gun has been in my family for 68 yrs we like having it.

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That rifle was made 1964-1970, however, the serial numbers were not sequential. You can try customer service at Winchester Repeating Arms to see if they can offer any more insight.


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