I recently acquired this rifle, and it appears to be all original and in relatively good shape for a rifle manufactured prior to 1964. The finish of the stock has seen better days, so I am thinking about refinishing it. I know what I am doing, but I also know that some firearms should not be “messed with” because of age and potential value. I don’t think that the 67 is rare and unusual. It is probably a somewhat common rifle. Still, should I or shouldn’t I refinish the stock? Edited: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winchester_Model_67 Supposedly, the chromed bolt, trigger and safety lever as found on my rifle was replaced with blued parts in October, 1944. That is according to Wikipedia. Take it for what it is worth. https://www.thefirearmsforum.com/threads/winchester-model-67-22.129370/ From the information on this forum, it looks like my Model 67 was made in November or December, 1937.