This gun was dubbed the "Alaskan" because it fits a very specific niche. It is meant for people living in the North or mountainous areas that have both a need to conceal carry and the very real chance to run into an 800lb animal that wants to kill them.
Since the gun weighs just under three pounds and has a 2.5in barrel, there will be a strong recoil pulse and muzzle flip that will most likely point the gun close to straight up. Again, people in Alaska would not be firing this without heavy gloves on, which might help felt recoil.
This is a specialty weapon that fills a specific need and not practical to most hunters or shooters because heavier weapons can be found in the same caliber with longer barrels for both better accuracy and less felt recoil. This is not a weapon you would want to target shoot! I imagine most owners sight it in and don't fire it again.
If you still want one, you can find these big bore cannons on sites like Guns America or Gun Broker all the time including a box of shells minus the six that they fired that made them want to sell it.