Yes, but bear in mind that while it is permissible to have more than one shotgun in your blind, most public shooting places have a 25-shell restriction (state and federal refuges)... So you'll need to be careful not to exceed this limit.
The only other option is to use crossbows. These are now legal to hunt with in several states, including Wisconsin. However, keep in mind that even if you are allowed to own a bow, that doesn't mean you can use it on a public property... The same rules about numbers of shells apply here as well.
Finally, there is always the option of leaving your gun at home and going fishing instead! Most people don't realize how close fishing and hunting come together. You can take almost any fish that lives in the ocean and use it for hunting purposes. Some popular fish include salmon, trout, and bass.
So, yes, you can bring two guns to duck hunting. Just make sure that you aren't going over the number of shells allowed per place.
Yes, semi-automatic shotguns are typically permitted. The "but" refers to the publication. Most states have a three-round limit in their hunting restrictions. Violation of this rule can result in fines and/or jail time.
However, many hunters are interested in taking more than three shots without having to reload. Some manufacturers have introduced over-under designs that allow for six shots without having to change shells. These guns use special loads that contain two shells, one above the other, that fire simultaneously when pulled together. They are not true auto-loaders because you still have to work the action yourself after each shot.
There are several factors that may influence what state you can hunt with a semi-automatic shotgun. First, some states require you to wear orange during deer season to indicate that you are legally allowed to shoot deer. If you are not required to wear orange in your state, then you should carry appropriate gear to identify yourself as a hunter. For example, many people wear camouflage clothing when they go hunting, which would also identify them as legal hunters in areas where wearing colors is not required.
Second, some states prohibit certain types of firearms. For example, Massachusetts allows only single-shot rifles or pistols to be used during deer season. No other type of weapon is permitted.
You can't hunt migrating game birds with a shotgun that can store more than three shells unless it's fitted with a one-piece filler that can't be removed without dismantling the gun. The only legal waterfowl guns in use today that can hold more than three shells are double barrel shotguns. Double barrel guns have two separate, identical barrels attached to a single stock and hand grip. The user can select which barrel they want to fire by pulling the trigger on the handle. Because both barrels are fired when the weapon is used there is no limit to the number of shots that can be fired.
The majority of hunting shotguns are now semi-automatic, which means that one pull of the trigger fires one shell, and then automatically reloads itself for further firing. This makes them much easier to use than breakable cartridges, but still allows you to shoot as many birds as possible. Some models can hold up to 10 shells at once.
There are also fully automatic weapons designed for hunting large game like elephants and rhinos. These are called "assault rifles" in some countries, but they are actually quite safe if handled properly. ACP, which forces even more powerful bullets out at high speeds.
Duck hunters are only permitted to use a shotgun of 10 gauge or less, with a capacity of no more than three shells. If the shotgun has more than three rounds, the hunter must "plug" the gun, allowing just three shots before reloading. A rifle is allowed if you're lucky enough to find one lying around when you need it.
The number of ducks you can hunt depends on the zone you're in and the regulations for that area. For example, most areas limit you to two guns but allow three shells per bird. Many areas also require you to stay within certain boundaries, such as a lake or river. Make sure to check the regulations before you go out hunting so you don't get fined!
It's best to take your time and not shoot anything that isn't a duck. This allows you to find more birds and help prevent over-hunting. Be aware of other hunters - if someone else is shooting and you see something fly away, call them over so they can have a chance at it. They might be able to shoot it again if you can't reach it yet.
Don't forget to keep an eye out for illegal hunters - some people will sneak into closed areas to shoot ducks. If you see someone outside your zone, report it to a ranger station or police officer.
If you've ever attempted carrying two weapons at the same time and didn't burst out laughing at how inconvenient the situation may be, you must have exceptional self-control. I believe a Savage 24 would be closer to your liking. You certainly can. However, it's not recommended because people will assume that you are a threat and want to kill them.
The best option is to carry one gun all day and switch off between shots. This way, you aren't putting an excessive amount of stress on yourself and you still have the opportunity to take some good shots along the way.
People think that only soldiers need guns because they're dangerous. That's not true at all! Doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals also need guns for protection. In fact, most emergency responders across the country who deal with accidents or violence in their jobs use firearms as part of their uniform every day.
Since doctors and nurses work in dangerous situations, it makes sense that they should be allowed to carry handguns for protection. Some hospitals require its staff members to carry guns but others don't. If this is something that interests you then check with your employer to see what position they hold regarding firearms.
In conclusion, yes you can bring two guns hunting. Just make sure you have someone able to shoot one gun while you shoot another so you don't put too much stress on yourself.
Yes, you can learn to fire "accurately" with two hands and two guns, but not at the same time, not with both eyes open, and only after a lot of practice. You're not aiming correctly if you fire two firearms at the same time with both eyes open.
The correct way to shoot with two guns is one-handed operation with the non-shooting hand holding the gun steady while the other hand operates the trigger. Only after much practice can you begin to think about shooting with two guns at the same time with one eye closed (so you have a split second to react when the alarm sounds).
The reason this technique is not recommended until later in training is that it requires careful coordination between the two guns. If they are not shot accurately enough apart from each other, then they will probably be shot inaccurately when combined, especially if you aren't used to doing so.
In fact, many shooters who start out by shooting with two guns at once soon move on to three and four guns. They learn how to manage the pressure of multiple targets at once and become more accurate that way instead of practicing with just one gun at a time.
So, can you shoot with two guns? Yes, with practice you can become an expert shooter with two guns ready to use for hunting or sport shooting.