TITLE I—FIX GUN CHECKS ACT
Sec. 101. Short title.
Subtitle A — Ensuring That All Individuals Who Should Be Prohibited From Buying a Gun Are Listed in the National Instant Criminal Background Check System
Sec. 111. Reauthorization of NICS Act Record Improvement Program grants.
Sec. 112. Penalties for States that do not make data electronically available to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System.
Sec. 113. Clarification that Federal court information is to be made available to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System.
Subtitle B — Requiring a Background Check for Every Firearm Sale
Sec. 121. Purpose.
Sec. 122. Firearms transfers.
Sec. 123. Lost and stolen reporting.
Sec. 124. Effective date.
TITLE II—STOP ILLEGAL TRAFFICKING IN FIREARMS ACT
Sec. 201. Short title.
Sec. 202. Hadiya Pendleton and Nyasia Pryear-Yard anti-straw purchasing and firearms trafficking amendments.
Sec. 203. Amendments to section 922(d).
Sec. 204. Amendments to section 924(a).
Sec. 205. Amendments to section 924(h).
Sec. 206. Amendments to section 924(k).
Sec. 207. Limitation on operations by the Department of Justice.
TITLE III—SCHOOL AND CAMPUS SAFETY ENHANCEMENTS ACT
Sec. 301. Short title.
Sec. 302. Grant program for school security.
Sec. 303. Applications.
Sec. 304. Authorization of appropriations.
Sec. 305. Accountability.
Sec. 306. CAMPUS Safety Act of 2013.
Among the details in the fine print - the Justice Department could withhold 3 percent of a state's anti-crime grant money, if that state does not provide certain information to the instant background check system.
The background check would not have to be completed for what the bill describes as "bona fide gifts" of a weapon in a family, including between grandparents and grandchildren; also included in the exceptions are transfers made from an estate pursuant to a will. Temporary transfers are also allowed for hunting and sporting purposes.
The bill would also make it a crime not to report the theft or loss of a firearm, within 24 hours of the discovery of that theft or loss.
You can see the full text of this bill here.