We don't get that serious. Load up 5 at a time and have fun. We usually shoot 150 rounds each. We do clays and a skeet tower.
The plumbing is almost done.
R/h tank, valve is to drain the tanks. I'm going to put deck hatches in the tanks so I can clean them, but that's for later.
L/h tank, I used an expansion plug to cap off the fill tube.
I ran out of hose to finish this last run. I'm joining the two tanks with two 1/2" hoses, that should keep up with half of a garden hose while filling, I think.
Under sink setup, pump and strainer is in.
Since I have 4 1/2" hoses running across the back now, (2 tank, shower hot/cold), I needed a better way of keeping the hoses neat, than just leaving them loose. Since I plan on an access hatch in the future to fit kayaks, I also wanted the hoses and wiring protected well. I ended up with a piece of 2" aluminum channel, and 3 dowel rods to cover the hoses. The wiring will lay behjnd it. When I'm done for good, I'll replace the wing nuts with nylocks.
I'm going to order this filler and try it first. If I don't like it, the other one is bigger, so no problems. This should fit the curve better, and since the fill hose is pretty horizontal, this should help, being a top fill.
If it works well, I won't bother installing the valve between the city water and the pump inlet, to fill the tanks off the city water.
I'm waiting to do the vents to see what size fitting is on the filler I end up using.
Now onto finishing wiring. I need to run a positive cable from the battery
distribution block to the converter, a negative from tr battery
distribution block to a negative distribution block by the converter, and from that to the converter. Then I need to do water pump wiring, lighting
neutral, and furnace
It's slowly getting closer…never figured I would be working on it for 7 months.