You need your micrometers calibrated.
If I needed machining work done, and I found out that this is as close
to .001" as your shop can even _measure_, I'd RUN, not walk, to the
The handle doesn't have a hole for a screw, it would make a good weapon but
I don't know it was meant for that.
I measured it by rolling up a piece of paper, inserting it into the handle,
taping the paper and then getting the diameter of the cylinder, which was
19/32". That makes it just under 5/8", probably thick enough for a fancy
cane that's not meant to support much weight, I'm not familiar with riding
crops and swagger-sticks so I don't know what size they usually were.
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