Are the Ranger Transceivers really for the amateur market or do most end up in the hands of CBer?
It is just an educated guess, but I would be very surprised in most of them didn't become "high power" CB rigs. But they aren't the only ones. I bought a used Alinco DX-70TH from a very well known amateur radio retailer here in Connecticut a few years back and when I put it on the air in the store I discovered the frequencies in the first 40 memory channels just happened to match exactly the 40 CB channels. It was someone's nice 100w SSB CB rig.
FWIW, the DX-70 is available used for $250-$400 and will run rings around any of the Ranger rigs. The T and TD variants run 10w on 6m and the TH runs 100w. It's a nice little 6m-160m package. I have two of them, one mobile and one as my "drag along" rig.