Short answer, "yes" Long answer, you need some tools.
Easiest way I've found for getting any barrel off a gun.
One, a good barrel vise. Gotta have it.
Two, an action wrench that will purchase way up front by the locking lugs so you don't turn it into a bread twisty. Some captivate from the outside but I don't like those as much because there is the danger of marking up the receiver.
Three, a good hot air gun (NOT a torch)
Four, can of KROIL
Get the barrel in the vise nice and tight and hose it with Kroil. Use twice as much as you think you need. Stuff it in through the front scope mount hole and behind the breech.
Put the heat to it. Set it on high and get it HOT. It should blow white smoke, lots of it. The heat breaks down the thread locker and allows the Kroil to take advantage of capillary action to wick into the threads.
Then use a steady and even pressure to break the action loose.
Ta DA. Easy, takes about ten minutes tops.
The hot air gun won't nuke the finish on the receiver. A torch will.
I've done this same procedure for over 8 years with not one ill effect.