Can I have two loaded shotguns in possession for waterfowl while hunting?

Question:

Is it legal for one person to have two loaded shotguns in possession while hunting waterfowl?

Answer:

 

There are no limitations to the number of guns you can possess while waterfowl hunting, as long as the following rules are followed:  1) guns are not capable of holding more than 3 shells (including chamber and magazine), and 2) you are only in possession of nontoxic shot.  If one of the shotguns is loaded for deer, we are recommending use of slugs.  Lead 'OO' buckshot is not classified as nontoxic shot.