Ranger 380

 
  • Surface cooking space: 258 square inches
  • Overall dimensions: 23"W x 18"D x 22.5"H
  • Weight: 48 lbs
  • Model 380
  • 20 gauge stainless steel body
  • 18 gauge stainless steel lift mechanism, fire box, and ashpan 
  • Chain style lift mechanism
  • Two carry handles
  • Nickel-plated cooking grill
  • 10-year parts/workmanship warranty
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    Customer Reviews

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    Still The Best

    Over the years I've purchased 4 Hasty-Bake grills. The first three were larger for backyard use. This one, Ranger 380, is for my RV. I tested is out last week. All I can say is perfect perfect perfect.

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    Motor home perfect grill

    Was looking for a quality built grill to carry in my motor home. Looked at the Ranger and realized that I could smoke and grill in a small compact package. No need to look any further as most of the products out there are not built very well. The Ranger is built as solid as the patio models that have been around for years. Could not be more pleased with the quality and functionality of the compact Ranger.

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    Gift for a friend

    I have more than 57 years experience in grilling on a Hasty Bake. My Father taught me how to grill on one of these charcoal ovens in the early 60's. To note, I still have one of his grills and still use it. I purchased my Ranger several years ago, I have the Tailgator, and two other larger ovens. I have introduced this grilling experience to a very dear neighbor, for his birthday he received this Ranger. I have so much confidence in this style of cooking and know my friend will have countless years of grilling to perfect his own technique. These grills stand the test of time, I assure you.

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    H.C.

    Good stuff

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    D.F.
    Ranger for RV.

    Bought first grill in 1989. Would not travel without one. Toast to Grant! Best grill/oven on the market. Just ask Siggi.


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