what do you feel is the crazy part? that it's a right to have a gun or that driving and/or having a profession isn't? all of the above?
I grew up with the perspective that driving and having a job is normal, and everyone does both of those things pretty often. My mom was very against anything that had to do with violence, and I wasn't allowed to have any sort of toy or game that resembled a weapon, with the exception of cheap little water pistols. Growing up in a very safe, densely populated area meant I never had to worry about gun ownership, as not many people hunted (no one needed to) and the only people who had guns kept them in their home. As I got older, I wasn't as sheltered as I had been and I began to understand why people own guns and why they don't necessarily have jobs or cars. But if you had told 14 year old me that owning a gun was more of a right than driving or having a job, I would have been blown away.