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Never heard of changing a touch hole liner.

We did keep close attention to the touch hole though. We cleaned the barrel and the adjacent touch hole with moose milk, made up of water, oil and soap. Sometimes put the barrel in a soapy bucket of water. And cleaned it good. A light spray, afterward, of that new WD 40 made sure the hole was perfectly cleaned and rust free.

Like I said, I never heard of changing a touch hole liner. If I get my old body rehab done soon, as expected, the muzzleloader, which dates to before the American bicentennial in 76, is all ready to hunt. Includes the original, unmoved, touch liner.

Liner you say?
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