Winchester model 67 and Remington model 33

Discussion in 'Curio & Relic Discussion' started by sputnik1988, Apr 28, 2013.

  1. sputnik1988

    sputnik1988 Active Member

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    Have a couple of family heirloom firearms on hand for the moment and was wanting to show them off for anyone interested in such things, they belonged to my great grandfather.

    Can anyone tell me anything about them like approximate age or a ballpark value?

    My IPad will also only allow me to attach one picture per post so there will be several.
     

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    Remington model 33
     

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    Winchester model 67.
     

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  6. hiwall

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    The Remington was made from 1931 to 1936.
    The Winchester was made from 1934 to 1963(yours was in the 40's or early 50's).
    Neither are very valuable, maybe $100 to $150.
     
  7. sputnik1988

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    Thanks hiwall, just put some protectant on them and put them away. They both hold a special place, but I love that Remington.:D
     
  8. 4tsmith

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    Found a model 34 Remington for a good price,It's the same as your 33,but a tube feed repeater instead.

    At first it had light primer strikes,but after cleaning 50+ years of crud out of the bolt body it runs like a house on fire. Great little shooter.
    If you have kids or grand kids these are fairly light,well balanced guns to learn with.
     
  9. onenut58

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    If you spend a little time surfing there is a lot of information on both guns. Back in the day single shot 22 longrifles fed familes during the depression when there was no such thing as food stamps etc.
    A couple years ago I bought a old Remington model 41 from a old woman in her seventies. The gun had belonged to her uncle along with a 1897 Winchester 12 guage. She told me there in florida where I bought it he had fed his family with these two guns during the depression.
    The old model 67 is very similar to the Remington model 41 with long barrels and made in a time that workman ship was high quality and they are amazingly accurate guns.
    The model 33 is as well.
    I suggest you take a little time to also go into guns America .com guns international .com Auction arms .com and gun broker .com and look at a few of the models you have. I assure you finding either for 150 bucks will be extremely difficult.
    I took a interest in old Winchester and Remington 22 long rifles from that era after buying the model 41 and reading up on them is a very interesting and there is a abundance of information on line about them.
    At remingtons site they have serial number blocks for the remingtons as well so its easy to look them up.
     
  10. hiwall

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    On Saturday I bought a Win model 67 for $100. It was the early one with the grooved forearm. The stock even has a little fiddle showing(best wood I seen on one of these).
     
  11. kfox75

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    One of the rifles in my collection is my great grandfather's model
    67 that he picked up in early 1935. It went to my grandfather in 1947, and it remained with him until his passing this December. It is, to put it bluntly, the most accurate rifle I have ever fired, and I have used it for small game hunting and pest control for the last five years. The fact that that old single shot has kept members of my family fed for the last 78 years makes me appreciate it even more. Yep, I miss him, but holding and shooting his old 67 reminds me that he is up there watching over his loved ones. Maybe Saturday I'll go down to his favorite range with it, and dedicate a plinking session to him with some of our friends.

    I'll post some pictures of it here later, I have some catching up to do with pictures and inventories of his personal belongings for the estate. Going nuts and I need a break, but I think I can push through until Friday and take Saturday off. Sputnik, Nice lookin' rifles ya got there man. Enjoy them.