uld someone who adopts an ethic of care support or oppose restrictions on who can own firearms and on what kind of firearms can be owned by civilians?…

Would someone who adopts an ethic of care support or oppose restrictions on who can own firearms and on what kind of firearms can be owned by civilians? What explanation would she or he give for this position?

Does this way of dealing with the morality of gun control count as strength or weakness of an ethic of care?