What’s your GORF score? Use this simple equation to find out …

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Divide:

x … the amount of Time that you talk about responsible gun ownership by

Y … the amount of Time that you talk about the 2nd Amendment.

If you get a number greater than 3.5, then you are a responsible gun owner.

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Why is this equation important in today’s gun conversation in America? Because over the last few years, apparently some shifts have occurred in our population demographics, and now it is difficult to distinguish between *responsible* gun owners and *reckless* gun owners.

Being able to distinguish between these two groups has important implications in our society. Hence my simple equation to help you figure out who is who … the GORF equation.

GORF is an acronym for “Gun-Owner Responsibility Factor”. I am leaving the equation in a simple form, though I should really re-work it to normalize its output, maybe using 0 or 1 as the benchmark value. But as it stands, the benchmark value is 3.5 (I’ll explain in a moment).

In slightly more algebraic notation, my GORF equation looks like this:

**GORF = Trgh ÷ Tsar**

… *Trgh* is the amount of time u discuss **R**esponsible **G**un **H**andling,

… *Tsar* is the amount of time u discuss **S**econd **A**mendment **R**ights.

A good GORF value is **3.5** … If a person’s GORF value is *less than 3.5* then that means that that person is *reckless*, and a danger to civil society; but above 3.5 means that that person is responsible and safe.