What disqualifies you from owning a firearm in Mississippi?
Someone in Mississippi is disqualified from owning a firearm if they are:
Any person under 18 unless traveling to or from an approved activity where firearms are used.
Any person currently under investigation for a violent crime
there are certain exceptions to owning firearms against the state laws
if you have certificates of rehabilitation, than the convicted felon or mentally ill individual can be allowed to own a firearm again if they follow the proper procedure and provide the proper documents to the court.
Felony restrictions on firearms in Mississippi
Those convicted of a felony in Mississippi:
persons convicted of certain crimes that carry a sentence of a year or more of jail time are thereafter disallowed from owning a firearm within the state of Mississippi.
they are also restricted from owning a silencer, or suppressor, as well as any type of ammunition or other such items related to firearms
Mental health restrictions on firearms in Mississippi
Any person lawfully committed to a mental health institution or otherwise deemed by a court to be considered mentally ill or mentally incapacitated is not allowed to own a firearm in the same manner as a convicted felon.