....The best choices left in the semi-auto rifle category will be the Garand in a battle rifle, and (maybe) the SKS in a carbine. Advantage - SKS, since there's not much 30-06 ammo around anymore, and it's VERY $pendy to have a Garand properly converted to 7.62 NATO.
In pistols, it will be any single-stacker of your choice, mine would be a 1911, probably a Coonan in .357 Magnum. MAYBE your Glocks and other double-stackers would qualify with ten-round magazines, but my reading of the proposed language of the Feinstein AWB-X suggests not.
Now, if Feinstein's bill were to make it through unmodded, there needs to be a companion bill forcing the Feds to pay MARKET, COLLECTOR PRICE for any firearm restricted from present use. The AWB-X will stop short of confiscation, but it's actually confiscation (IN PLACE) to say that you can have a gun but never pull it out of your safe. In fact, didn't Heller say that already? The House should see that all that money for compensation of gun owners comes from reducing "Gimme" funds. I'd start with the SSI stipends that go to addicts, but that's just my personal choice.
As for forcing gun owners to go get NFA paper on guns they already own, THAT expense should be compensated, too. I don't know about you, but I would charge $150 per hour for completing complex Federal forms where hyper-accuracy is the only acceptable standard. If I have rifles and pistols in my safe that will have to be filed & registered as NFA, the only current way to meet that standard is to pay a Class III dealer to store them while I go through the processes involved with Class III registration. That dealer is NOT going to store my guns for free.
The economic impacts of Sen. Feinstein's gun-grab are immense, and should not have to be borne by gun owners, who, up until the moment of application of her rule, will have done nothing wrong and will have incurred no additional expense.