It fits the most easily buggered
little screws on the backstrap and the three that hold the trigger guard to the receiver.
He added: "I am sure he said it's a bit of a rattly old bugger
- but for a Jet Ranger that is not an abnormal expression.
I've had the buggers
in here, I see them take their bloody coats off and put them on the radiators.
And when I'm out and about There's really no need to shout `The poor little bugger
Does he take sugar' Another nice tea up the spout.
Nevertheless, I replied in my best pidgin French, "fine, thank you" - well I didn't know how to translate "bugger
off you cheeky mare, it's actually a beer belly."
STEPHEN HUNT is popping over 30 muscle-building pills a day in the hope of becoming 'a nasty bugger
The court had heard Smart, of St Leonards, East Sussex, told Hubbard: "You missed that one, you bugger
"At first he was scared, then he said, 'Bugger
that, I'm going to live as I always have'."
Earlier Mr Prescott told reporters to "bugger
off" when he arrived in a chauffeur-driven Jaguar.
"He cracked up when Bernard told him he was using a fly called a Woolly Bugger
and Bernard said he would send him some before contacting me to put the order in."
"I might as well say what I think because he has been talking freely to every other bugger
I ALWAYS thought I was just a stroppy little bugger
, but evidently I've been suffering from Oppositional Defiant Disorder all my life without knowing it.