I used to shoot bowling pin matches years ago and it was a good time. There were several different classes of firearms; Major, Minor, and .22. Major was for 357 mag and .45 ACP or larger, Minor was .38 Spl/9mm and smaller, and .22 was for 22 LR or less. The couse was set up with 5 pins on a table 21 feet away. Pins were set about 3' for Major calibers, Minor calibers had the pins about a foot from the end and .22 was set up on a 2"x6". One had a minute or two to knock the pins off the table. The fastest time won whatever the prize was, sometimes it was merely bragging rights. It is much harder than one would think, bowling pins are pretty resistant to being moved, even with stout .44 mag rounds. Generally one needed to hit the pin either high up around the neck which hopefully would violently knock the pin off the table or hit it off center to spin it off. It is not uncommon to need to hit a pin multiple times to get it off the table. Multiple magazines or speed loaders were allowed for reloading. Bowling pins are pretty heavy, solid, and tough so it is pretty unlikely for debris to be taken off the pin. When the pin starts to crack after many hits (I think landing on the cement floor was harder on them than being shot) they are replaced. These matches are quite fun and I would give it a try.