Winchester Model 67

The Winchester Model 67 was a single-shot, bolt-action .22 caliber rimfire rifle sold from 1934 to 1963 by Winchester Repeating Arms Company. Based on the earlier Model 60, the Model 67 was the mainstay of Winchester's inexpensive single-shot rifle lineup. Due to intense competition for entry-level single-shot rifle buyers, Winchester embarked on a program in the early 1930s to reduce the production costs of the entry-level Model 60, which was itself a reduced-cost version of the earlier Model 1904. The Model 67 had a 27-inch (690 mm) barrel with a beaded front sight and a U-notch rear sight (adjustable for elevation), both dovetailed into the barrel, drift-adjustable for windage. Other versions had a simple post front sight and a buckhorn rear sight that was drift-adjustable for windage. When it was first introduced, the rifle could chamber .22 Short, .22 Long, or .22 Long Rifle cartridges interchangeably. The rifle featured a stock made of plain uncheckered walnut with a pistol grip and finger grooves, and was a takedown design; the barreled action was easily removed by turning a screw under the stock using a penny (first year models had a knurled thumbscrew that could easily be loosed by fingers). A composition buttplate was used. 

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Trigger spring ORIGINAL Winchester model 67

Trigger spring ORIGINAL Winchester model 67

Winchester model 67 trigger spring ORIGINAL


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