Generaly speaking the answer is no, a conviction for disorderly conduct will not make you a prohibited person under federal or state law. Misdemeanors, other than crimes of domestic violence, generally cannot trigger this disqualification. However if you are on probation and the judge orders you to not possess a firearm while on probation then you cannnot until the probation is completed.
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