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Model 67 22 W.R.F.
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February 26, 2016 - 7:54 pm
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For those interested in this type of rifle, this is a rare find… it appears to be a first year production Model 67, and in the rarely found 22 WRF Cool

https://www.proxibid.com/aspr/Winchester-Model-67-22-W-R-F/28847417/LotDetail.asp?lid=28847417

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February 26, 2016 - 10:14 pm
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Nice and thanks. Has been Swiss Cheesed. What a shame.  Big Larry

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sorry to be stupid, but what is Swiss Cheesed?  thanks

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Swiss cheesed = Drilled and tapped.

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Vince said

Swiss cheesed = Drilled and tapped.

But where?  I don’t see any extra holes drilled & tapped in that rifle?

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Its not only mentioned in the description, but the second picture, just ahead of the rear sight, you can see the screws protruding up.

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My eyes must be going bad… I missed seeing the screw heads.

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thanks for the definition, didn’t some of these come with Win scopes at the time?

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Elliot A said

thanks for the definition, didn’t some of these come with Win scopes at the time?

Hi Elliot,

Yes, they were offered with a Winchester No. 5 (5x) or No. 3 (2 3/4 power) scope.  However the one in the auction was probably not factory scoped since the mounting hole spacing appears incorrect for the rear mount and the proof mark is in the wrong location (should be on the side) for a factory scoped 67. 

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Sorry to start up an old post but I have been searching for a model 67 WRF for my grandfather for quite some time now. Does anyone know someone with one for sale?

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