I also wanted to add that when you read the supreme court ruling, pay attention. It appears to me that the board MUST call you in for a hearing if you check yes to question number six (I believe it was 16 at that time). I could be wrong, but it seems pretty clear to me:
"The first 13 grounds are based on objective criteria, such as the age of the applicant, whether the applicant has ever been subject to an order of involuntary commitment, whether the applicant has completed a pistol safety course, and whether the applicant has been convicted of an enumerated offense. MCL 28.425b(7)(a) through (m). The final ground and the provision at issue in the case, § 425b(7)(n), is subjective and subject to discretionary decision making by a licensing board."