Yes it is. But that's what a lot of us are doing with used drives (and even new ones) to catch doas and warranties while they still have coverage.Im sure the testing could be more extensive, but its a multiday process for each drive/box.
Since they come with 6-36mo warranty to us they each get tagged/inventoried as taken out of box and put into a shelf for testing.
Multiple failures in one box and the box is rejected and usualy a claim with freighter.
Then tracked out that period in use for any claims back to supplier for refund.
If you consider that "do you feel lucky" then sure.
First i notice is that the somewhat flimsy cardboard seperators are still intact, abuse that box in shipping and they will tear/seperate.
If they were torn with drives loose and metal on metal impacts between them and i would be concerned.
It all depends on how long you have the drive in service before it is pulled. If you run them beyond 30k poh, any with long-term subtle damage start to show their weakness. And that's the stuff that isn't caught in any initial testing and is only discovered over time ime.
That cardboard is too flimsy to begin with imo unless each drive is wrapped in protection other than the esd bag. I would never ship a number of drives like that unless I put that box in another box with more packaging.