Start the final after all qualification scores are posted and athletes have had an opportunity to protest. Line the top 8 athletes up from left to right (highest qualification score on the left). Hang one 10 bull target for each athlete, make sure the athlete's "F1" barcode label is on his or her target.
Run the final normally, one shot at a time. To build excitement, have the athletes (or a volunteer behind the athlete with a spotting scope) call off his or her score after each shot.
Following the 10th shot, have the athletes lower their rifles and insert clear bolt indicators. The athletes should not leave the firing line.
Collect the targets and score them with Orion.
Check for ties. If there are ties, call the tied athletes back to the firing line. The remaining athletes should step back but not pack their gear up to avoid distracting the tied athletes.
The tied athletes get a three minute sight in period.
Fire one shot at a time in the normal final format. After each shot, the range officer should check the shot value of the shot, using a spotter scope. If the tie is clearly broken announce the winner. Otherwise continue shooting.
Once the tie is clearly broken, score the targets with Orion. Mark the shoot-off targets as Final stage 2.