Senate Roll Call Vote No. 97, on the Manchin-Toomey Amendment. Under the rules, it takes 60 votes to win, and it fell short with 54.
UPDATE: it looks like a party line vote except for:
Demos defecting to vote against: Baccus, Begich, Heitcamp, Pryor, Reid (!!).
Repubs defecting to vote for: Collins, Kirk, McCain,
There are several more amendments, but this is the one that stood the greatest chance. Just putting it up shows how desperate the other side was. To sum: it would have banned private sales via internet or other advertising, and raised the amount of data being reported to NICS. In exchange, it would have made VA appointment of a property guardian a bar only if it was also determined that the vet's mental deterioration made having a gun unsafe, required that everyone affected be notified of that, allowed FFLs to sell at gunshows outside their State, and a number of other beneficial things. But no, the antigunners couldn't win, even going for a very small victory and paying a very big price, and with the media cheering section in full play and the Executive applying every tool it had. (For those not experienced in DC, that includes private offers of big grants and pork to legislators, and denial of favors to those who oppose).