put a scratch on the other side, that way its matching...
its a gun, shoot it...its not a car you dont wax it.
I "fixed" the scratches by tromping through the woods varmint hunting.
Amen, brothers! Listen to these guys. Scratches, dings, and nicks give your rifle character and let everyone know your stuff is not a "safe queen". Mine gets thrown on the ATV, drug down the river, through the brush, etc.....and it still shoots everytime I pull the trigger.