Well in actuality, there were 3 or 4 bills coming up at the same time, not just one.
Feinstein was pushing her Assault Rifle Bill. My problem with that was it's blatantly unconstitutional and these types of weapons are used in only a very small percentage of murders and crimes.
Then there were 2 or 3 Universal Background check bills, but they all suffered from the same problem. They all placed the onus of complying on law abiding citizens. If I and another fellow, both law abiding citizens, wish to transfer a firearm, we had to seek out a licensed dealer, pay a fee, fill out paperwork, etc.
Criminals won't do that! A criminal will sell to another criminal and ignore the laws completely.
Furthermore, studies have shown that only a tiny percentage of criminals get their guns from gun shows, which was what this was really all about.