I would just like to say that I dislike Alaska being lumped in with the likes of WA, OR, and CA.
That said, Alaska is and has always been a “pro gun” state. We have no licensing requirement for CCW, yet the state has an easily obtained CCW permit available by taking a basic CCW class with a couple hours of classroom to cover legalese and a day on the range to demonstrate basic firearms competency.
Other than federal laws, Alaska doesn’t really have any additional firearms restrictions in place. You’re not supposed to carry inside a bank or a bar. You may carry into a liquor store or a restaurant that serves alcohol or has a bar as a secondary part of the establishment.
Beyond that, I can’t really think of any other Alaska-specific firearm restrictions.