Winchester Model 67 - 22 rifle Cannot find serial number anywhere.

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My grandpa's single shot 22 rifle. It is well worn but I can make out all of the rolled characters even the itty bitty New Haven Conn. under the Winchester Repeating Arms

I have looked everywhere but inside the bore.

Any ideas?
 

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Being a pre 67 Winchester single shot 22 its worth is about $75 I would expect. Applying an owner supplied number wouldn't reduce it in value any?
 

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My grandpa's single shot 22 rifle. It is well worn but I can make out all of the rolled characters even the itty bitty New Haven Conn. under the Winchester Repeating Arms

I have looked everywhere but inside the bore.

Any ideas?
Mine doesn’t have one, none of them do. You can tell year ranges by features. Mine is 1934-35 because the stock has finger grooves. No model 67 have serial numbers as the stopped making them in 1963 before it became required.
 

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Mine doesn’t have one, none of them do. You can tell year ranges by features. Mine is 1934-35 because the stock has finger grooves. No model 67 have serial numbers as the stopped making them in 1963 before it became required.

^This is the correct answer.

I have six Model 67s, and one Model 68. I love them.
 
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