When two police officers in Oklahoma City split up to chase a pair of robbery suspects, events took an unfortunate and nearly tragic turn. The junior officer caught up with his suspect in the driveway of a home but ended up struggling with him. Eventually the suspect managed to commandeer the officer’s police baton and began striking him on the head with it. At this moment, a passerby pulled a firearm on the suspect and held him until backup arrived. The police officer was hospitalized, but was released the next day. He owes the arrest—and quite possibly his life—to the timely intervention of this concerned citizen.
Armed Citizen Saves Oklahoma City Officer
Semi-automatic firearms have been popularly sold to private citizens since the late-19th century. They are the most-popular design sold today and have clear constitutional protections. So, no, the president doesn't get to tell us we can't own them.
The most-consistent—and likely most-accurate—thing President Joe Biden says about firearms is that he wants to ban them.