After doing some googling,I did find this info on Red Ranger on another forumI have a history of Red Ranger saddles!
"Mr. Dan Crates, from the very highly respected Dan Crates Saddlery in Chattanooga TN, was kind enough to answer an inquery from me about the Red Ranger Saddlery which was purported to also have been based in Chattenooga, TN. Here is his answer:
"Looks like I am that "Old Timer". I have been in saddle
Manufacturing for about 55 years now. Red Ranger was the name of a smaller
Saddle maker in Chattanooga, in the mid to late 1950s, owned by the same
Family who owned then Chattanooga Saddlery, (which was renamed "Big Horn".
As I recall, the company was enjoined from using the name Red Ranger, by the
Makers of the BB Gun, Red Rider" The Daisy Air rifle Company in Arkansas.
They changed the name to " Double R Saddlery". As I recall, they ceased
Operation sometime is the 1960's. Or perhaps the 70's. Hope this helps. The
Original owner was a fellow named Red Hundley, who had married into the
Family who started Big Horn. Hundley passed away in the early 2000's
As far as the Stubben-it looks much like one I had, until a couple of years ago. Great saddles. Except mine had the suede knee rolls. THe model, I believe is a VSS. The "clover" you are seeing is an older logo-mine had one there too. I have no real idea how old mine was, but I bought it used at least 15 years ago....and still sold it for $600. The size of yours is most likely why you got a good deal Yours is a very large seat size, and a narrow tree. (that is what the 30 is.) An unusual combination for sure.
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