Only the shooter, instructor and Range Officer is allowed on the green shooting area.
Usually a shooter lays on a shooting matt and the rifle is supported by a rifle rest (rifle stand), although some rifles may have its own bi-pod stand mounted to its stock.
A wireless target screen shows the shooting results.
The F Class rifles are shot in their rifle rest, whereas the Target Rifle will be held in the arms of the shooter.
When the shooter is ready and it is safe to do so, the chamber flag is removed, the bolt is inserted into the chamber and the shooter takes their position. Once ready, the shooter will place a round into the chamber and close the bolt. When the rifle has a safety switch it has to be in the off position.
When completed, the shooter will also remove the bolt and inspect the barrel to ensure no round is in the rifle. Then the instructor or Range Officer should check before the shooter places the chamber flag in the chamber and either places their gun on the rest (stand) or moves it from the shooting area.