Depending on condition they can range from 50-200 USD.
The Winchester Model 67 is a single-shot bolt-action .22 caliber rifle with a barrel-length of about 22". The Winchester 67A is a different , later, improved model of the pre-war model 67. The 67A has a 27 inch bbl, not a 22". This rifle also came in a short-stocked, 20 inch barrel version, which was, in fact, known as "the boy's rifle." The standard 67A is NOT the boy's rifle.... the "boy's rifle" is a sub model of the 67A.
The winchester model 67,67A were made from 1934-1963.
The value of a Winchester Model 67A boy's rifle with a 20 inch barrel depends on its condition. This gun in excellent condition is valued around 100.00 as of 2014.
the Winchester model 67a was prouduced from 1934 to 1963
It was introduced in 1934. There is a website called Winchester Collector that might be helpful.
The Winchester Model 67A evolved from the Model 67 in September of 1939. Production of the Model 67A ran from then until December 1963 when it was discontinued. Because the Model 67/67A was never serialized, there are no records to use to determine when an individual rifle was made. There is a possibility that a 2-digit year date was stamped on the bottom of the barrel under the stock.
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the winchester model 67/67A rifle was chambered for the .22 S,L,LR,or ,22WRF.It was never chambered in the 30-30 caliber.Therefore I cannot answer your question.
The Winchester Model 67A was only made for one year in 1934. This model is worth approximately $650+-$700, depending on condition.?æ
I'm not positive but my model 67A SL.or LR short barrel Winchester was given to me in 1958 when I turned 7. If it was new or used is unknown.
The Winchester 67A was made from 1934 and 1963. Because they ended production in 1963 they are not serial numbered.
Model 67 had slots on each side of the stock fore end, the later model 67a did away with the slots and were plain and rounded.
Your Winchester model 67 is valued at between 75-175 dollars,based on it having between 60%-90% of its original finish remaining and a good bore.
Depends on condition, finish, accessories, box, papers, etc.. Range from 150-500 USD
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The Winchester Model 67 was introduced in 1934, redesigned in 1937 and changed to "67A", and discontinued in the early 1960s. Bert H.
The 67/67A was not serialized. 383,000 were manufactured between 1934 and 1963.
All model 67's and 67A's have no serial numbers
built between 1934 and 1963. I would need pics to tell you more.
Page 1732 of the 26th edition of the "Blue Book of Gun Values" lists the value for the Winchester Model 67/67A as between $225 for 100% (basically new in box) through $50 for a 60% (rather well worn) rifle. One in 80% condition is valued at $70. Add 25% for the Boys rifle (20" barrel), 100% for one marked as "WRF" (Winchester Rim Fire), and 100%-150% for smoothbore, depending on condition. These bolt action, single shot rifles do not have serial numbers. Approximately 383,000 were manufactured between 1934 to 1963.
great condition it will sell for about $375 to $400 dollars,
I would start my search at numrich gun parts corp.They can be found on the web.
None of my references say anything about a plating on these, but it replaced the model 60 which had a chrome plated bolt, bolt handle, and trigger.
50- 300 uSD