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I learned how to shoot with this Winchester model 67. It belonged to my grandfather and my father. I taught my kids and granddaughter how to shoot using this rifle. My Dad gave me this rifle when I was seven years old. The finish (bluing) has turned to a brown patina which makes it look great. As far as .22's rifles go this one is my favorite.
Jim

 

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Jim, that's one fine little .22 with an awesome history!
 

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I have some great 22,s the marlin 39 is a fine shooting gun. But my favorite go to 22 is my 10-22 . How embarrassing is that.
 

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My favorite is a a well made all steel and walnut clone of the famous Winchester M-62 gallery gun.

A 1980's vintage Rossi M-62 pump (take down) carbine.

It shoots .22 Shorts, Longs and Long Rifles with equal aplomb and accuracy.

In almost 30 years of heavy shooting it's never given me a bit of trouble.

Undo it's "Take Down" screw and it breaks down into two 16" pieces easily stowable for back packing, canoeing or camping.
 
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