Rifle is usually in living room. I practice prone, sitting and standing. Since I have been shooting through those holes in that barricade thing, I also practice assuming those positions so I more naturally stabilize and rest everything. I think the hardest part of good rifle shooting is just getting relaxed. I try to "relax" with rifle unloaded, flag in chamber- of course, and usually I leave the ammo in the next room.
My loaded pistol is always pretty close.
The wife has her XDM10 5,25 and G-17, both with O-lights on them stationed on her kitchen counter and a G-42 and a Hellcat in a kitchen drawer. She has a AR-9 in the dining room corner.
I have a easy chair a couple of feet away, a Taurus M-66 seven shot 357 revolver and 10-1 40 S+W G2C with a spare 10 round 40 Mag. Near my fingertips is a Ruger 5" 1911 with a CMC 'RPM' (Railed Power Mag) 10+1 45's and a Ruger GP-100 10 shot 22 LR revolver, a S&W M&P40C 4" 15+1. In my pocket is my Springfield 911 380 7+1.
We are not expecting company, nor do we want any, but we are moderately ready..