23-26 inches or up to your shoulder
According to the official Kennel Club breed standard, Alaskan Malamutes should reach between 23 and 28 inches at the shoulder.
According to the official Kennel Club Breed Standard, Alaskan Malamutes should reach between 23 and 28 inches at the shoulder.
Males - 25 inches tall at the shoulder and 85 pounds. Females - 23 inches tall at the shoulder and 75 pounds.
Is the serial number less than 581000?
A winchester model 70 with the serial number you provided was made by winchester in 1938.These fine rifles are very collectable depending on the amount of original finish remaining,and in original condition.I will say that the model 70 you have left the factory without being drilled and taped for scope mounts.This was done at a later date to your rifle.You do not see many lyman alaskan scopes anymore either.You do not state what caliber or condition your rifle is in,so it will be hard to determine a accurate value for the rifle in question.I would venture to say that it can range in price from 300-1,200 dollars depending on caliber,condition of the metal and wood,and a good bore.
J. D. Winchester has written: 'Captain J.D. Winchester's experience on a voyage from Lynn, Massachusetts, to San Francisco, Cal., and the Alaskan gold fields' -- subject(s): Personal narratives, Prospecting, Description and travel, Voyages to the Pacific coast
Yes, it often is (Alaskan wilderness, Alaskan mountains). But it can also be a noun (demonym) for a person from or residing in the state of Alaska (he is an Alaskan, an Alaskan fisherman).
The ''Siberian Malamute'' is not a breed, you could be thinking of either Siberian Huskies or Alaskan Malamutes (which are two separate breeds). The official Alaskan Malamute breed standard stipulates that it should grow between 23 and 28 inches at the shoulder. The official Siberian Husky breed standard says that it should grow between 20 and 23.5 inches at the shoulder.
Alaskan is the proper adjective for Alaska.
The official Kennel Club Breed Standard stipulates that Alaskan Malamutes should reach between 23 and 28 inches at the shoulder - so they can vary in height considerably. They usually weigh between 85-125 pounds, depending on their height.