All of the more than 150 models of firearms Feinstein seeks to ban are semi-automatic, which means each individual bullet fired from them requires a separate pull of the trigger. Anti-gun activists want people to think "rat-a-tat-tat" when they hear the terms military-style or semi-automatic, when in reality they should think "bang-bang-bang."
Fully automatic weapons are available only to the military, the police, and to the select few civilians willing to negotiate miles of federal red tape to obtain the special permits required for civilian possession.
On the other side of the issue, if pro-gun activists wanted people to make truly informed decisions, they'd stop talking as if the Second Amendment were hanging by a single strand of badly frayed sewing thread over some bottomless canyon of extinction.
The Second Amendment has been the law of the land since the Constitution was ratified in 1789.
For anti-gun activists to overturn the Second Amendment, they'd first have to persuade two-thirds of the members of both the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives to vote for it, and then they'd have to persuade the legislatures of three-fourths of the states to ratify it.
Odds are slim that would ever happen.
A more likely scenario would have the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that the Founding Fathers didn't really intend for citizens to own guns when they wrote the words "the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed" into the Constitution. Given the current makeup of the court, that's not likely to happen either.
What I'm trying to say is that both pro-gun and anti-gun activists need to treat Americans as adults - cut the inflammatory rhetoric, use facts that can easily and accurately be verified, and trust this country's citizens to make wise, informed decisions about firearms.
After all, they've been doing it - for the most part, anyway - for 224 years.