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  1. I have a friend that has that same situation. He tried to order some ammo from an on-line company. He ended up having to place the order over the phone since his FOID address wasn't an exact match to his DL. He got the ammo, he just had to have a person involved rather than the computer.
  2. Spring loaded knives i.e. autos are legal if you have a FOID card. There are automatic knives, which require a FOID, and assisted opening knives, which do not. https://knife-depot.com/pages/switchblade-vs-assisted-opening-knives
  3. Knife Rights’ Illinois Switchblade Ban Repeal Signed! Effective Immediatelyhttps://kniferights.org/legislative-update/knife-rights-illinois-switchblade-ban-repeal-signed-effective-immediately/
  4. An unloaded firearm is still a firearm and firearms are prohibited. I hope your not the test case on this one.
  5. Florida will not honor the Illinois license. Here is the answer straight from the Florida Dept of Agriculture and Consumer Services. Good afternoon, No, Florida will not be recognizing the Illinois concealed carry license. Let me to explain the reasons for this. Under Florida law, we will honor the concealed weapon licenses issued by another state provided that authorities in the other state meet one condition: they must agree to honor concealed weapon licenses issued by the state of Florida. (This essential condition is set forth in section 790.015(4), which reads as follows: "This section applies only to nonresident concealed weapon or concealed firearm license holders from states that honor Florida concealed weapon or concealed firearm licenses.") Florida imposes no other condition as a basis for reciprocity with another state. Once we receive acknowledgment from authorities in that other state, we automatically reciprocate. Unfortunately, the state of Illinois does not honor concealed weapon licenses issued by any other state. There is an FAQ on the Illinois State Police's webpage (http://www.isp.state.il.us/foid/firearmsfaq.cfm) that specifically addresses this issue. That being the case, Illinois does not satisfy the basic condition that would allow Florida to honor Illinois licenses. If I can be of further service, please get back in touch with me at your convenience. Ken Wilkinson Assistant Director Division of Licensing Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
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