The Range Rider is wrongly accused of killing Sheriff Winters. The situation becomes more confused when Ranger Riders assistant, Dick West is mistaken for the Range Rider by the local law enforcement.
Dick's inheritance is stolen the day before he receives it. The Range Rider sets out to corner the criminals as well as lay an ingenious trap to prove their guilt.
The Range Rider helps a desperate girl search for a bullet that will prove her father's innocence and save him from the hangman.
Counterfeiters are holding The Range Riders sidekick, Dick West, as bait, so they can ambush the Rider when he comes looking for him.
A town is on edge after a series of murders, all involving the jack of diamonds playing card. The Ranger Rider and his companion must fathom what the clue really means.
An outlaw and two fellow inmates escape from prison and force Emily, his pretty niece, to help hide his gang while they plan their escape to Mexico. The Range Rider becomes suspicious and tries to help the young woman, but he and Dick's plans are compromised when the note he passed to Emily is discovered by the gunman.
The Range Rider and Dick track a number of outlaws responsible for a number Wells Fargo robberies. They track the men to a property that is heavily guarded and under constant interest from the local Indians.
In order to steal a rival stage line, a greedy businessman has one of his henchmen pose as the stage line's new owner.
The Range Rider changes places with his outlaw twin brother to capture the Red Dawson Gang.
Dick gets put in jail while his look-alike, Jimmy the Kid, runs free.
The Range Rider and Dick pose as Shakespearian actors in order to capture an outlaw gang.
An ex-convict driver is blamed for recent robberies when a bandit recognizes him as an old cell mate and calls him by name.