The Gers went goal crazy at Ibrox, with Lee Wallace, James Tavernier, Barrie McKay and Martyn Waghorn all on the scoresheet.
Rangers put on a phenomenal performance against Raith Rovers on Saturday to smash their opponents for five at Ibrox.
It was Mark Warburton's biggest home competitive victory since taking over as manager in the summer, and was a display that will surely encourage Gers fans that their famous, attacking football club are well on their way to returning to a playing style and position befitting their history.
The Glasgow outfit have won every one of their first five games to sit top of the Scottish Championship with 15 points, five clear of Falkirk in second spot. Rangers have already accumulated 19 goals while conceding just 3.
Against Raith, a brace of penalties from Martyn Waghorn capped the performance, with earlier strikes from Lee Wallace, James Tavernier and Barrie McKay.
But the team was full of outstanding performers, with Tottenham loanee Nathan Oduwa another notable star, as he assisted two goals.
Below are a series pictures from the match, courtesy of the Rangers Twitter feed:
ACTION SHOT: Opening goalscorer Lee Wallace on the ball in the first half of today's match against Raith Rovers. pic.twitter.com/uwVOXQWeSZ— Rangers FC (@RangersFC) September 5, 2015