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I glued the liner in, waited until morning and cut it off. Then used a 90deg Brownell’s facing tool to cut it back flush with the end of the barrel, then broke the edge of the muzzle with a brass lap and some 600 grit lapping compound. A little 44/40 cold blue touched up the muzzle.
Then it was time for a test fire session and it fired and extracted without any problems.