I'm 30 years old. From age 16-18 I had rough go at life. Very dangerous, erratic, often illegal behavior. At age 18, my parents at their wit's end, took me to court for extended guardianship. I was adjudicated mentally defective, declared incompetent to manage my own affairs, and put in my parent's care. Over the next two years I attended treatment and got significantly better. I moved out on my own, enrolled in college, and started building my future. The behavioral issues I had experienced disappeared. By 20, after my immense progress, my parents and I went before the judge and all 3 of us attested to my improvement and competence. The judge declared me competent to manage my own affairs, ended my parents guardianship, and granted me guardianship over myself. I've been fine ever since. Today I work in the Human Services field dedicating my time to helping others who are going through what I once went through. I'm a sober, church-going, responsible, mentally healthy adult, and have been for a long time. Shooting has become somewhat of a hobby for me. I just love it. I rent guns at a shooting range and also shoot with my friends who own guns. I'd really like to have one. Am I eligible to own one, or will I have to fight to get my rights back?