In October 1937, the stock was enlarged so the takedown screw would fit flush with the bottom, the forearm was changed to a semi-beavertail shape, and the pistol grip was made more pronounced.Winchester-branded telescopic sights were first offered in 1937.

That stated, Winchester made several hundred thousand Model 67 rifles.

Most of them were used hard during their life time, and they show it.

If the forend stock has an elongated finger grooves, it was manufactured prior to May of 1935.

If it is a "67A", the date of manufacture is sometime between January 1938 - December 1963. I have a model 67-22 short but the only other marking is on rear of tge barel next to the boly with a number 4 does this increase the value what does this mean if anything.

Both new Model 69 variants had a slightly larger stock than the standard rifle and were chambered in .22 Long Rifle only.

The Target model was advertised with a Winchester #80A aperture sight and a post front sight, while the Match model had a Lyman #57E peep sight, a hooded front sight, and a 1 in (25 mm) wide leather sling; the sling width was changed to 1ΒΌ in (32 mm) in 1947.

I also have a Model 67, non finger groove stock, flush takedown screw, and some kind of odd looking front sight (looks aftermarket)and a weird looking rear sight mounted like the pic. I also have a Model 67, non finger groove stock, flush takedown screw, and some kind of odd looking front sight (looks aftermarket)and a weird looking rear sight mounted like the pic. I could probably make the parts from stock parts, if I knew how they were fitted together.

Thanks so much for the info, and I really enjoy this site !!!! I read that it had 4 pieces: sight, ramp, clip for ramp, and hood.

In November 1937, several substantial design changes were made.