Ranger III Three-Burner Stove



Good, warm food will always enhance your outdoor experience. And whether you’re cooking in the duck blind or at the tailgate party you should never have to sacrifice the cooking power. The Ranger III is a big stove in a compact body. Each of the three burners pump out all the heat you will need to cook a delicious hot meal. This is the best way to get the power of a big stove without extra packing and space. If you’re looking for a griddle, try the Mountain Series griddle (MSG20). Camp Chef griddles and skillets work great as well.


  • Lightweight design for excellent portability
  • Three burners, each handle 17,000 BTU
  • Lightweight cast aluminum burners
  • Fully adjustable heat-control dials
  • Matchless ignition
  • Burner housing helps block wind
  • Rugged and durable cast iron cook-top and legs are built to handle everything you throw at it
  • Regulator and 5 ft. hose included


  • Total Output: 51,000 BTU/hr
  • Dimensions: 15.5" x 29" x 5"
  • Burner Grate Dimensions: 8" x 8"
  • Weight: 25 lbs.
  • Warranty: One Year

Product Downloads

 BS60 Instruction Manual

Natural Gas Conversion Guide


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  • From chris at 9/5/13 4:24 PM
    • I have the Ranger III stove and saw 14x16 professional fry griddle on another site shown as an accessory for the Ranger III. I bought the griddle but it doesn't really fit right. Can this griddle be used on the Ranger stove?
    • Yes, the Universal 14" x 16" Fry Griddle can be used with the this stove.
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  • From Ken Hughes at 5/10/13 7:57 AM
    • Can this stove be converted to operate on a 16oz disposable propane bottle?
    • The Ranger III Blind Stove can be converted to use with a 16oz disposable propane bottle. You will need our AD60 adapter, http://www.campchef.com/propane-tank-adapter.html. This adapter screws into the regulator and then connects to a disposable propane canister.
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