Not being a legal beagle - don't normal laws against negligence handle this?
In TX, we had a tragic incident where a young boy fired a 454 Casuall (IIRC) and the end of the barrel recoiled and hit him in the head - killed him. So should we ban by calibers. There was a case where a Desert Eagle 50 AE recoil caused a second shot to decapitate the shooter on the range and it was a range employee. So ban heavy recoiling guns?
I think special laws like this are just political posturing or ill thought out. Normal legal processes could handle this incident.