Win 67 22. Ammo

Discussion in '.22 Rifle/Rimfire Discussion' started by whyme, Sep 30, 2012.

  1. whyme

    whyme New Member

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    I recently picked up a win model 67 22. I've been able to date it from may 1934 to dec 1937. Cleaned it up, it's in great shape. Now I'm wondering what to shoot in it. Do I go sub sonic or super sonic? Any one shoot one of these still?
     
  2. gunsmoke11

    gunsmoke11 New Member

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    Just go to your local shop and pick up your everyday box of .22's. It takes short, long, or long rifle. There's no special ammo required for your rifle. It's a good solid and safe gun. My first rifle was a Marlin Crown Prince single shot .22, which is similar and I still fool with it from time to time. Your rifle would be great for a kid as well. Enjoy it!
     

  3. hiwall

    hiwall Active Member

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    what gunsmoke11 said
     
  4. Blueguns

    Blueguns New Member

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    You can feed your everyday type of .22 lr through it. Id buy a lot of boxes 50 from different manufactures and see what feeds the best. Old rimfires can be finicky. My 1943 model 61 does well with Winchester White Box.
     
  5. mrt8110

    mrt8110 New Member

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    model 67 Winchester

    If it were my rifle, I would use standard velocity ,just saying.:) Cliff
     
  6. Old_Crow

    Old_Crow New Member

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    I wouldn't hesitate to shoot mini-mags in the gun. By the 30's rifles were shooting the same pressure ammo as today.