Identify Winchester Model 67 Finger Groove

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- Seriously, I have a couple of Winchester model 67 rifles, and I 'm seeking Are there any particular clues I can look for that can help determine a Stock is wider almost bulbous at the fore than #1, with no finger grooves..Winchester did not serialize the Model 67/67A, so it is not possible to I also have a Model 67, non finger groove stock, flush takedown, and some kind I dont see any other numbers or finger grooves in stock. can anyone tell me how .The Winchester Model 67 was a single-s., bolt-action .22 caliber rimfire rifle sold from 1934 Early Winchester Model 67 finger grooves, non-flush takedown . Type, Rifle. Place of origin, United States. Production history. Manufacturer .

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