That’s the allegation made made by the one “no” vote:

The House of Representatives today voted to extend the “Undetectable Firearms Act,” originally enacted in 1988 and set to expire on December 8, with Rep. Thomas Massie of Kentucky tweeting that his was the only vote in opposition.

“The plastic gun ban (Undetectable Firearms Act) just passed the house on voice vote with 10 reps present,” Massie told his followers. “I was the only no vote.”

Isn’t there some sort of minimum, a quorum, required?