This video shows Russian practical shooting head honcho Vitaly Kruchin paying Beethoven's 'Ode to Joy' on steel plates using .22 handguns (which appear to be Glock pistols fitted with a conversion kit). Since conversion kit magazines hold only 10 rounds each, in every case of which I'm aware, that can only mean that filming must have been interrupted fairly frequently to allow him to reload!
It's interesting from the point of view of marksmanship, too. I don't think he used the sights on his pistols at all. I wonder how many thousands of practice rounds he expended before making the recording?