Manner of Taking It is illegal to take or hunt wildlife: while in or on a motor vehicle (except by the holder of a Non Ambulatory Hunter Permit). with the aid of a vehicle's lights. on or from any public road. with any firearm equipped with a silencer. with any firearm which continues to fire as long as the trigger is held back (an automatic firearm). with a spear. with a bow equipped with any mechanical device which is attached to the bow (other than the bowstring) for drawing, holding or releasing the bowstring, except for a hunter with a disability who is in possession of a Modified Archery Permit (compound bows are legal). with a spear gun or crossbow except for a hunter with a disability who is in possession of a Modified Crossbow Permit. with an arrow with an explosive head or shaft. with any device designed or intended to deliver drugs to an animal. with any semi-automatic firearm with a capacity to hold more than 6 rounds, EXCEPT the following semi-automatic firearms: firearms using .22 or .17 caliber rimfire ammunition, or firearms altered to reduce their capacity to no more than 6 shells at one time in the magazine and chamber combined, or autoloading pistols with a barrel length of less than eight inches. I don't believe it will matter since you can't hunt wildlife with a firearm capable of carrying more than 6 shells. I also believe you can still use a duck plug to alter it to reduce the capacity to no more than 6 shells.