Yes. Yes it is. Other than where the arrow went clean through. It's also nice to get one to the road whole. Bring it back to the shop. Hose it off inside and out with a fire hose while it hangs from the loader forks. Then hang it in the shop and skin it and have it looking like a beef hanging, all clean and such. I think we have only packed 2 moose in the past 20 or so years. We bring along the gear to drag them out if at all possible. Recently bought some rope used for haywire by loggers in the PNW with a 20,000 pound break strength. It will take the place of the halibut ground line we have been using. Back in the day in the PNW we used 3/8's haywire/strawline cable on elk. 250' sections. Lay out 3-4 of those sections. Hang a block in a tree next to the road. Hook to the pickup bumper and take off.It's so very nice to open up a moose with no damage to the body.