There isn’t much by way of required equipment. At the most basic level, you will need a rifle and bipod, with a scope having externally adjustable target/tactical turrets, and ideally, a reticle designed for measured, accurate holds. Good drop and wind data is required, and you’ll also need 90-230 rounds of ammunition depending on the particular match you are shooting.
There are a variety of shooting accessories that you’ll see at a match such as different shooting bags, tripods, complex bipods, spotting scopes, binoculars, wind meters, and various other electronics and gadgets. These are all extras, and most all of them can be borrowed from your fellow shooters, where they will usually be more than happy to give you some tips on how to employ the equipment as well. We suggest you wait to purchase these extra items until after you’ve borrowed a number of them from fellow shooters to see what works best for you.