1. The physical inability to handle a firearm safely.
2. A felony conviction (unless civil and firearm rights have been restored by the convicting authority).
3. Having adjudication withheld or sentence suspended on a felony or misdemeanor crime of violence unless three years have elapsed since probation or other conditions set by the court have been fulfilled.
4. A conviction for a misdemeanor crime of violence in the last three years.
5. A conviction for violation of controlled substance laws or multiple arrests for such offenses.
6. A record of drug or alcohol abuse.
7. Two or more DUI convictions within the previous three years.
8. Being committed to a mental institution or adjudged incompetent or mentally defective.
9. Failing to provide proof of proficiency with a firearm.
10. Having been issued a domestic violence injunction or an injunction against repeat violence that is currently in force.
11. Renouncement of U.S. citizenship.
12. A dishonorable discharge from the armed forces.
13. Being a fugitive from justice.