H.R.1022 is much closer to the 109th House Bill 1312, the Assault Weapons Ban and Law Enforcement Protection Act of 2005, than it is to the 1994 Assault Weapons Ban.
1. The list of weapons prohibitted by name is greatly expanded.
2. In 1994, a list of attributes determined whether or not a gun was a 'semiautomatic assault weapon'. Two attributes were required. Under H.R.1022, only one attribute is required.
3. The attributes defining 'assault weapon' is greatly expanded. Barrel shrouds are now included in the defining attributes for an 'assault weapon', so this bill could be considered the Hughes Amendment equivalent for evil, black rifles.
4. All transfers of 'large capacity feeding devices' are prohibited.
5. Private transfers of assault weapons are prohibitted.
6. Conversion kits can not be owned. If you own a a postban firearm, whatever that looked like, you could not own a pistol grip or barrel shroud that would turn it into an 'assault weapon'.
Finally, read carefully the catch-all for 'assault weapon' attributes:
(L) A semiautomatic rifle or shotgun originally designed for military or law enforcement use, or a firearm based on the design of such a firearm, that is not particularly suitable for sporting purposes, as determined by the Attorney General. In making the determination, there shall be a rebuttable presumption that a firearm procured for use by the United States military or any Federal law enfocement agency is not particularly suitable for sporting purposes solely because the firearm is suitable for use in a sporting event. (sic