Before the moose season really gets going, I'd like to quickly re-hash a contentious but massively misunderstood issue in moose hunting and give you the facts, including Alaska code which you may need to be able to reference. If you want to see the big, ugly version of this discussion, see this thread:
In the event that you shoot a spike/fork moose that only has one or two legally defined points, Troopers are not justified to cite you and confiscate it no matter how 'palmed','palmated' or 'paddled' it is. There is an extremely pervasive myth that 'palmed', 'palmated' or 'paddled' antlers are automatically illegal under spike/fork regulation. An enormous amount of hunters and even many Troopers are under this false impression.
Definition of "spike/fork antler" is 5 AAC 92.990.26(A)
Definition of "point" or "tine" is 5 AAC 92.990.40
No where in 5 AAC 92 or anywhere in Alaska Administrative Code can you find the words 'palm', 'palmated', 'palmation' or 'paddle' in reference to spike/fork antlers.
So last year this moose was shot and wrongfully confiscated by a Trooper who was later overturned by his superiors but tragically, after the meat had been given to someone who didn't deserve it.
Now it is still imperative on you to take extreme care in evaluating any moose for legality before pulling the trigger. So before you pull the trigger on a spike/fork, make sure you have actually gotten a detailed enough and thorough look at him and evaluated him against the applicable definition.
That said, if you do shoot a moose with only 2 points and a Trooper attempts to confiscate it for being 'palmed' or 'palmated' inform him that those words are not found in the legal definitions anywhere. If he continues to confiscate it, inform him that you are going to challenge it and request that they not give the meat away. Ask for the Troopers supervisor info and attempt to make immediate contact with them. If you have the resources, you might ask your lawyer to contact the Trooper post as well. I don't know to what degree you can legally block them from giving the meat away, but I would make every effort to stop them from giving it away. the law is on your side and hopefully any LEO will listen and actually look up the definition if you can convince him to look into it. If they refuse to listen, do everything you can to keep them from giving it away.
Be educated, be safe and hunt hard folks.