Winchester  Models 67 & 67A

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The drawings listed below are scanned off existing factory catalogs, or existing books 
These Illustrated parts Drawings are shown only to help you identify needed parts, they ARE NOT parts that are made or supplied by the host of this website

Most of these illustrations will be from factory catalogs, however some are taken from Frank de Haas's Single Shot Rifle book & are for identification only, & ARE NOT factory part numbers unless identified as such.  This is important as about all obsolete parts suppliers use ONLY factory or closely associated numbers where ever possible so everyone is on the same page.


Note, for some of the older firearms, many over 100 years old, the factories never used what we now know as assembly drawings, but just views of many of the component parts & possibly randomly placed 



The above firearm originated from a model 60 which had no safety lock, which then evolved as the model 67, which had a slimmer stock.  The model 68 was basically the same as the 67A, except it utilized a economy peep sight inserted in a barrel dovetail that was way to the rear over the chamber.

The parts listed below are for your identification purposes only. 
The author of this website DOES NOT have any parts.


 167  Barrel, Standard  (27")  2067  Safety Lock Friction Spring
 167C  Barrel, Youth Rifle  (20")  2167  Sear & Extractor
 367  Bolt with Handle  2267  Sear Spring, Old Style, (shown)
 467  Bolt Complete  2267A  Sear Spring, New Style, (with large hole)
 567  Bolt retaining Spring  2367A  Stock Stud
 1067  Firing Pin  2467  Stock Stud Screw
 1167  Firing Pin Complete  2567  Stock Stud Escutcheon
 1267  Firing Pin Guide  Pin  2667  Trigger
 1367  Firing Pin Head  2767  Trigger Pin
 1467  Firing Pin Head Pin  2867  Trigger Spring
 1567  Firing Pin Spring & Guide  2967  Front Sight, 75C
     3167  Rear Sight 32B with 2C Elevator
 1667  Firing Pin Retracting Spring  2C  Rear Sight Elevator, (low)
 1767  Guard Bow  2CH  Rear Sight Elevator, (high)
 1867  Guard Bow Screw (2 required) . .
 1967  Safety Lock . .


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Originated 04-14-04  Last updated 12-19-2014
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